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... to some of us — all of the time, to all of us at least part
of the time. The University of Nevada, being a land-grant college,
is a state within a state by virtue of student representation.
But our sights and thinking cannot end here on the "hill." This Artemisia
then, is dedicated to the state of Nevada and thus to the students
here at our "little Nevada."
The colorful history of the state, as well as its future, is reflected
in the state seal. The extent to which resources represented here are
further developed is dependent on us. The rising sun which dawns on
this new era will be the one which we have made.
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Jo Anne Nelson, Editor Karen Fabri, Classes Editor
Herb Nichols, Business Manager Carolyn Sprague, Faculty Editor
Donal Ruth Murphy, Assistant Editor Marge Russell, Honors Editor
Gray Poole, Photographer Suzanne Russell, Index Editor
Ted Marston, Sports Editor
Kay Lott, Student Government Editor
Photo credits: Color by Christensen,
Sagebrush, Nevada Highways and
Sheri Harwood, Art Editor
Joyce Freeman, Calendar
Karen McDonald, Living Groups Editor Parks Magazine, Audio- Visual De-
Jo Ann Denny, Organizations Editor partment, Nevada Historical Society.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Administration and Faculty
Student Government . .
Living Groups ....
10 Organizations 130
20 Athletics ; . . 176
34 Campus Life 216
66 Advertisements 280
88 Senior Histories 322
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Welcome to Nevada, or welcome back as the case may be. Take
a pictorial tour of the campus starting with the main gate which
was given by the classes of '98 and '01. From there we see the
old, familiar sights of Morrill Hall and the statue of John Mac-
kay. But the face of the University is always changing and some
of the scenes are not so familiar.
Our campus is graced with names like Scrugham Engineering,
Sarah Hamilton Fleischmann Home Economics, and Noble H.
Getchell library. These are part of the new face of Nevada. But
the people make up the school and their activities are what
make the University of Nevada more than just a collection
. . . and when we're not on campus we may be found downtown, Virginia City, or Lake Tahoe
Governor Grant Sawyer
Our University of Nevada graduates of the '60s will be starting their
careers in an era of unprecedented growth and prosperity, during which
the state has leaped to a position of leadership in many phases of economic
Today, Nevada is the fastest growing state in the nation and its citizens,
enjoying record levels of employment, have the highest per capita income
in the country. American industry is relocating in Nevada, helping to
diversify our economy. The state has become a major space age testing
center and it appears likely the first spaceship to the moon will be powered
by a nuclear engine developed in the Nevada desert.
All this, of course, brings with it new challenges and we find the answers
of yesterday are not sufficient for the questions of today.
I am proud of the University of Nevada for helping to shape young men
and women equipped with the ability, determination and thirst for
knowledge that are necessary if we are to keep Nevada moving ahead
in the years to come. Grant Sawyer, Governor
As another year in the Hfe of the University draws to
a close, we think first of the members of the graduating
classes, and extend to them our sincere congratulations
on their achievement, and cordial good wishes for
success and happiness in their future undertakings. We
hope that you graduates of 1963 have found intellectual
challenge in your studies here, satisfying associations
and lasting friendships among your colleagues, and the
conviction that the education you have obtained here,
and the even greater education which lies ahead of you
in the years to come, will be the largest single factor
in the making of your lives in accordance with your
This has indeed been a year of continued achievement.
The great physical growth of the University on two
campuses has been accelerated, and many new
buildings and new facilities have been provided. But,
important as this growth has been, much more
important are our continued strides toward excellence
and intellectual maturity, as more Ph.D. programs have
come into operation, the Honors Program moves for-
ward, higher academic standards are developed, in-
creasing emphasis is placed on research — the catalyst
of good teaching and new knowledge — and a new
seriousness of purpose motivates our thinking.
It is important and especially gratifying to note that the
initiative for the development of our new improved
academic standards of admission and scholastic progress
came from the students themselves, through the ASUN
Senate. Similarly, students have provided leadership in
developing our new expanded foreign student program,
in bringing distinguished speakers on subjects of na-
tional importance to the campus, and in many other
ways fostering and stimulating our progress toward
excellence. Without such student participation and
leadership, this progress would have been impossible.
We may all, students and faculty alike, take pride in
what has been done this year; but more importantly,
we must renew our resolve and our conviction that the
challenges of the future will yield only to our common
efforts in the spirit of mutual purpose which we have
already so well achieved.
Dean of Student Affairs
Dean of Women
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Dean of Men
Director of Financial Aids, Grad. Placement
Director of Libraries
Graduate Manager's Secretary
Director of Counseling
Executive Vice President
Director of Desert Research Institute
Director of Student Services
Dean of Agriculture
Dean of Graduate School
Dean of Arts and Science
Assistant Dean of Arts and Science
Dean of Education
Dean of Business Administration
Dean of Engineering
Dean of Mackay School of Mines
AGRICULTURE — First Row: L. Dunn, C. Blincoe, W. Arnett, A. Lesperance, P. Tueller, H.
Christensen, C. Seufferle, H. Kilpatrick. Second Row: T. Butler, W. Dye, H. Cords, J. Robertson,
S. Lyda, H. Little, W. Burton, J. Malone, W. Neely, V. Twitty, J. Stein, O. Schulz.
NURSING — First Row: W. York, Dean Fletcher, Dean Ell-
more, M. Haddad, A. Ezell. Second Row: A. Dickinson, A.
Friedley, J. Robley, Smith, M. Olsen, E. Powers.
MUSIC — First Row: J. Carrico, J. Hughes, H. Goddard, C.
Ziemer. Second Row: F. Hickman, K. Macy, E. Haughton, H.
MATHEMATICS — First Row: R. MacCauIey, E. Halli-
gan, E. Beesley. Second Row: D. Pfaff, R. Collison, M.
Demers, C. Pinkerton.
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A. Simerenko, C. Stortroen, L. Lewis,
MINING — First Row: H. Nelson, J. Winston, O. Haas,
Dean Scheid, W. Voskuil, M. Hibbatd, E. Larson.
Second Row: L. McGitk, J. Lintz, F. Bowdish, J. Gimlett,
C. Hammond, E. Ketsten, R. Sands, D. Slemmons.
ENGINEERING — Left to Right: T. Hartis, J. Battenburg, K. Yarbotough, K. McKee,
A. DeAngelis, J. Carlson, J. Bonell, Dean Blodgett, R. Manhait, I. Sandorf, G.
Sutton, C. Fell, D. Dickenson, W. Miller, E. Kosso.
PSYCHOLOGY — First Row: J. Nickels, A. Murray, R.
McQueen, W. Simmons, J. Ryan.
PHYSICS — First Row: R. Sill, S. Leifson. Second Row:
R. Wotley, G. Batnes, W. Scott. Third Row: T. Frazier,
N. Moore, J. Motrison.
JOURNALISM — Le/t to Right: T. Conover, K. Janulis,
A. Higgenbotham, P. Glendon.
SPEECH AND DRAMA — Le/t to Right: R. Griffin, B. Anderson, A. Hastings, R.
Elmore, R. Strane. -
CHEMISTRY— First Row. K. Kemp, J. Rogan, C. Guss. Second Row. R. Asai, M.
Deming, R. Morris, J. Romary, J. Fresco.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING — Left to Right: E. Kosso, R. Manhart, I. Sandorf,
G. Clark, C. Fell.
EDUCATION — First Row: R. Willey, M. Schwartz, G.
Holstein, M. Butorac, T. Tucker. Second Row: T. Cheney, H.
Knapp, C. Reed, S. Worley, H. Brown, G. Jeffs, ]. Davis.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION — First Row: J. Lawlor, J. Killorn,
R. Trachok, A. Broten, B. Ireland, R. Dankworth, J. Crooks,
B. Joiner, J. Felshin. Second Row: J. Spencer, E. Fendun, R.
Laughter, F. Edsall, R. Russell, J. Tighe, J. Prida.
HOME ECONOMICS — First Row: M. Stone, H. Wells,
E. Cowen, P. Tripple, A. Gaston. Second Row. D.
Terry, V. Twitty, B. Sansom, J. Chancerelle, M. Horn.
ART — E. Yates, J. McCormick, D. Kerr, A. Curtis,
MILITARY — First Row. G. Brown, N. Craun, R. Gundlack, E. Lawler, H. Holeker. Second
Row. W. Wilson, S. Cole, W. Weaver, T. Diamond, R. Miller, R. Maxey, S. Domingue, C.
Nelson, C. Fulkerson.
HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE — First Row. A. Hutcheson, E. Bushnell, P. Smith,
L. Pippin. Second Roiv: J. Tigner, R. Elliott, H. Chase, J. Holmes, J. Hulse.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION — First Row. L. Cole, W. Houwink, K. Neidert, R. Lambright.
Second Row. B. WofFord, I. Grant, A. White, Caudadio, K. Duffy, A. Dahl. Third Row. B.
Smith, E. Vietti, F. Flores, G. Kirby, R. Goodell, J. Hoyt, R. Wilson, L. Larson, W. Palmer, A.
Plumley, Dean Weems.
The University of Nevada is expanding at an un-
precedented rate. This expansion, however, re-
mains external physical growth until those, who
comprise this University and who have faith in
it as a living institution, channel this expansion
in the direction of academic and social excellence.
Change is not progress until people give direction
to change, and thought to progress. Thus we must
be careful to know the past, and to exploit the
present, but prepare for the future with a vigor
that comes from an intractable faith in ourselves
and those around us.
ASUN Second Vicc'President
ASVlS! First Vice-President
AS UN Secretary
The class of '63 leaves the University of Nevada,
perhaps, never to return. We set our goals four
long years ago. Many of our original group turned
from the chosen path, to wander, some aimlessly
and some purposefully, down other various roads.
But those who remained have cherishable memo-
ries to recall during times of depression or glad-
ness which will fill our lives in future years.
Among our memories, let us ever remember the
words of a wise professor — "defeat comes from
First Row: Miss Barnes. Marilyn Kotter, Carole Sharp. Second Row: Peggy Hayman, Kay Park,
Karen Branch, Toddy Watkins, Linda Wadsworth, Sharon Domenici, Cecelia Molini.
AWS JUDICIARY BOARD
First Row: Aileen Miller, Marsha Frankovich, Ceceila Molini, Marilyn Kotter, Carole Sharp, Jean
Pagni, Margaret Goegg, Nancy Franklin. Second Row: Mary Rossolo, Sarah Pedersen, Ruthie Fried-
hoff, Pam Plath, Lois Taylor, Rosemarie Haenel, Joan Westfield. Third Row: Fay Yparraguirre,
Linda Phillips, Janet Rhodes, Judy Quanchi, Mimi Patrick, Elizabeth Williams. Fourth Row: Carol
Owens, Mary Lynn Barnard, Linda Wadsworth, Karry Devincenzi.
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First Row: Marilyn Walker, Linda Young, Tom Seeliger, Linda Phillips. Second Row: Mr.
McNabney, Dr. Palmer, Dr. Miller, Wayne Ferguson, Ken Clayton, Mike Mackedon.
FINANCE CONTROL BOARD
First Row: Jo Anne Nelson, Linda Young, Linda Phillips, Toddy Watkins, Marilyn Walker.
Second Row: Doug Buchanan, Wayne Ferguson, Ken Clayton, Jim Richards, Tom Seeliger, Mike
Mackedon, Professor Hastings.
First Row. Pat Heward, Jackie Burr, Bev Rorden, Marilyn Walker, Mike Mackedon, Tom Seeliger,
Ken Clayton, Charles Batchelder, Cook Laird. Second Row. Theo Scott, Joan Westfield, Jill
Walker, Mimi Patrick, Linda Young, Wayne Ferguson, Judy Jeppson, Rich Corbin, Ed Stopper,
Larry Hutchins, Keith Lee. Third Row. Larry Struve, Michelle Mackedon, Jaculine Chiatovich,
Linda Phillips, Ceceila Molini, John Bromley, Bill Pollard, Ron Evans.
Among the more important issues discussed and
decided upon in Senate this year was the formation
of a Steering Committee and an Upperclass
We don't agree with . . .
Let me think that over
First Row. Jean Snyder, Bud Olsen, Doug Ketron Karin Bryant, Bill Lohse, Clark Santini, Mr.
Kersey, Barbara Barengo, Jim Sinasek, Mimi Patrick.
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First Row. Karen Fabri, Sharon Yeazel, Peggy Solomon, Jodie Muller, Sue Russell. Second Kow.
Keith Stephens, Ralph Aldave, Charles Murphy.
This Council was organized for the purpose of creating greater
voice and responsibility to the students in maintaining high stand-
ards of conduct. Its primary function is to investigate, adjudicate,
and recommend discipline for cases involving student misconduct
in violation of the University Code of Conduct and the Student
The large task of collecting all information
concerning the activities of the associated
students throughout the year is performed
by the ASUN Historian. This is an ap-
pointed office through the authority of
Senate upon recommendation of the ASUN
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE
The Public Relations Committee of the
A.S.U.N. are the "courtesy chairmen"
of the student body. They send out
notes of congratulation and Christmas
cards, speak to groups outside the
University, and in general promote the
public relations of the school.
Chris Johnson, Sally Shank, Lani Powell, Sue Glenn.
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Left to Riijht: Andy Gotelli, Margaret Taylor, Ted Marsten-C/iairman, Penny White, Sam Martini.
The Awards Committee, through chairman Ted Marsten, are
members of the Homecoming, Winter Carnival, and Mackay
Day committees and handle the ordering, engraving, and general
management of all trophies for our celebrations.
First Row. Alice Monaghan, Sherry Harwood, Diane McManus. Second Row: Dick Armuth, Bill
Mortensen, Senior Class President, Bob Backus.
SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEE
JUNIOR CLASS COMMITTEE
First Row. Julie La Fond, Jaculine Chiatovich, Pam Hinkley, Marcia Frankovich, Rosemarie Haenel.
Second Row. Andy Gotelli, Jim Bernardi, Junior Class President, Jim Sinasek.
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First Row: Tala Crutchett, Molly Jacobs, Carl Fuetsch — President, Lyn Armbruster.
Second Row. Pete Josse, Ken Miller, Joel Tew.
FRESHMAN CLASS COMMITTEE
SOPHOMORE CLASS COMMITTEE
First Row. Rosemary Lituania, Mary Lynn Barnard, Karen Fabri, Dolores Dunning,
Mimi Skillicorn. Second Row. Bill Hamilton, John Scott, Charles Kiley, Bill Sinnott,
Jim Baratte, Chuck Burr — President.
Lois Jean Arends
John F. Bauer
Jo Anne Nelson
George Ann Rice
Jasjit Singh Seklon
Lee Ann Zimmerman
Mike Van Cleemput
Howard Knighten, Jr.
Mary Kay Sorsenson
Mary Lynn Barnard
Robert B. Brinton
James J. Brown
Shannon L. Bybee, Jr.
J. R. Curry
Andrea De Santis
Carolyn Cademartori ■
M. Dewey Kirkeeng
Rose Ann Minister
Sharon Sue Barrett
Mary Ann Battcher
Norris Kay Buehler
Sheridan D. Chirwa
Sue Ann Conton
Leslie Ann Eastwook
Lynn Friedhoff |f -«»
Mary Kay Gezelin
Mary Louise Goddard
Catherine Louise Gratoi
Dennis L. Harrison.
Sandra Lee Hay
G. Wayne Hillygus
Charles C. Holmberg
Gary M. Jacobs
Deanna A. Johnson
Robert L. McDonald
Allan C. McGill, II
William F. Kelly
James A. Nelson
Jim E. Purrell
Patricia Ann Robins
Jon P. Rossiter
Thomas W. Ryan
David P. Salvadorini
Roland J. Savant
Edward R. Vacchina
George W. Vandervort
Jeannine Van Wagenen
Jackel A. Wallace
Bonnie J. Worman
David Michael Zagar
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Delta Delta Delta
Gamma Phi Beta
Pi Beta Phi
White Pine Hall
Kappa Alpha Theta
Kappa Alpha Theta
Delta Delta Delta
MILITARY BALL QUEEN
Gamma Phi Beta
Andree Jo Walker
Pi Beta Phi
White Pine Hall
Pi Beta Phi
WINTER CARNIVAL QUEEN
Gamma Phi Beta
White Pine Hall
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Kappa Alpha Theta
Pi Beta Phi
Gamma Phi Beta
Delta Delta Delta
JUNIOR PROM QUEEN
White Pine Hall
White Pine Hall
Pi Beta Phi
White Pine Hall
MACKAY DAY QUEEN
Kappa Alpha Theta
Gamma Phi Beta
Moonlight Girl of Phi Sigma Kappa
White Rose Queen of Sigma Nu
Alpha Tau Omega
Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Crescent Girl of Lambda Chi Alpha
Dream Girl of Theta Chi
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Doug Buchanan _
I.F.C. President Harry Walters congratulates Alpha Tau
Omega representative, Andy MacKenzie, for winning
the Bradshaw Trophy.
I.F.C. President Harry Walters awards Woody Barry
the Buzzy Marks Trophy for the outstanding participant
of inter-mural sports.
The Bradshaw Trophy was donated by Jim 'Rabbit" Bradshaw in 1960 to be used
as a revolving trophy given to the fraternity which had the most points in intra-
mural sports. Bradshaw graduated from the University in the early 1920's as an AU-
American. He was the only Nevada football player ever to be selected for the Foot-
ball Hall of Fame.
Mike Mackedon, Rich Gwyn, Gordon Corn, John Bromley, and Art Kess were
named the outstanding fraternity sportsmen at the I.F.C. Been Feed.
Lois Jean Arends
PHI KAPPA PHI
Phi Kappa Phi is composed of graduate, under-
graduate, and faculty members of all departments
in American colleges and universities. Its object is
to stimulate learning and scholarship. Officers for
the year were: V. R. Bowman-President, M. Lutz-
Vice President, E. Yates-Treasurer, J. Butler-Sec-
retary, and C. Breese-Historian.
Charles J. Armstrong
William H. Arnett
Maurice E. Beesley
Verle R. Bohman
John A. Bonnell
Charles R. Breese
Harold N. Brown
Clarence E. Byrd
Glenn H. Clark
Donald G. Cooney
Howard P. Cords
Alex D. Dandini
Meryl N. Deming
Laraine E. Dunn
Walter B. Dye
Paul R. Eldridge
Russell R. Elliott
Thomas V. Frazier
Robert S. Griffin
William H. Halberstadt
Everett R. Harris
A. L. Higginbotham
Marilyn J. Horn
Austin E. Hutcheson
Edward W. Yates
Vernon E. Scheid
D. F. Dickenson
F. A. Ryser
A. N. Mozingo
Donald W. Marble
Dan W. Cassard
E. W. Kersten
H. De Verl Willey
George A. Broten
Ralph A. Irwin
Edwin H. Jensen
Lowell L. Jones
Kenneth C. Kemp
Lawton B. Kline
Charlton G. Laird ■
Ira La Rivers
E. Richard Larson
Lon S. McGirk
Christian W. F. Melz
William C. Miller
Robert J. Morris
John W. Morrison
Harve P. Nelson
Alden J. Plumley
Helen J. Poulton
Joseph H. Robertson
Robert T. Roelofs
Robert H. Ruf
Irving J. Sandorf
Paul F. Secord
Charles H. Seufferle
J. Craig Sheppard
Wilbur S. Shepperson
David B. Slemmons
William Van Tassel
Loring R. Williams
John S. Winston
CAP AND SCROLL
Cap and Scroll, the highest women's honorary
organization on the campus, was led this year by
Mimi Patrick. It was founded by Dr. James E.
Church. Members must have a 2.7 overall average
and have been President of an organization. The
main purpose of Cap and Scroll is to maintain the
high standards of women on the campus and its
largest project is to give aid to the other women's
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Mary Kay Sorenson
Janice Lea Aalbu
Mary Lynn Barnard
Mary Ann Battcher
Linda Rae Borer
Nancy Ann Eaman
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Sally Anne Nielson
Janet Dee Pitts
Molly Sue Tyree
Linda Lee Wadsworth
GAMMA PHI BETA
Christiann Balducci H
Linda Lee Chambers
Sue Ann Conton
Joyce Marie Reno
Carol Lee Strang
JoAnn Van Lydegraf
Ann Louise Cantlon
Mary Kay Gezelin
Mary Lou MacKenzie
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Donal Ruth Murphy
Lee Ann Zimmerman
Norris Kay Buehler
PI BETA PHI
Mary Kay Sorenson
Jeannine Van "Wagenen
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
Maxon R. Porter
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
R. B. Hoffman
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
John Lawrence Kees
Tom Marshall ♦•■
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
PHI SIGMA KAPPA
R. J. Handhn
Edward W. Stopper
Lynn Gerow, Jr.
Stephen Holloway, Jr.
Schuyler Schaff "**'
Frederick Lee Browne
Gary Ray Collier
WHITE PINE HALL
Cheryl Kay Fallon
Catharine Louise Graton
Betty Ann Jones
WHITE PINE HALL
Annett Louise Lewis
Nova Marie Purdy
Bonnie Jeanne Warman
Sharon Sue Barrett
Mary Louise Goddard
Gail Ann Hill
Penelope Ellen Kruger
Marjorie Hadley Maple
Rose Anne Minister
Patricia Ann Robins
Jaye Meri Rosaschi
Judith Lee White
Larry Glenn Bettis
Willard Quey Doutre
Robert Stanley Hadfield
Norman M. Rockwell
Allan C.McGill, II
Jerry Michael O'Day
Larry Rondell Miller
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Block N members must have earned their
letter in baseball, football, basketball, boxing,
or skiing and must be accepted by a majority
vote of the organization. Mike Henderson led
the group this year.
Pems is an organization of physical education
majors and minors. Their year was a full one
including panel discussions, a joint meeting
with the men majors, and selling football
programs as their annual money-making proj-
ect. The money from this project goes for
scholarships for members of the organization.
Wendy Roseman led the group this year.
Jean Marie Smith
Sagens is an upper class women's organization composed
of a certain number from each living group and mem-
bers at large. The women are elected to membership
on the basis of scholarship and service to the University.
This year they ushered at various events and partici-
pated in the Heart Fund drive.
Alice Ann Monaghan
Jo Anne Nelson
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
Tom H. Cook
UNCOC is an advanced army ROTC program for upper class-
men. Included in their year's activities are programs for prepar-
ing juniors for summer camp, field trips to military installations,
and guarding the sororities and dorms during initiation. They
also present the annual Military Ball and put out "Battleborn."
Wayne L. Kollodge
Blue Key is a national honorary service fraternity
composed of junior and senior men. Their project
of "Operation Mud" got under way this year in
John E. Cavanaugh
Kenneth E. Clayton
Tom H. Cook
Lynn B. Gerow
Michael P. Mackedon
The Sundowners had a busy year, ending with
their constitution ratification by the Senate. Their
activities included initiation at Homecoming time
and meetings at the Wal every Wednesday night.
Sagers is an organization for underclass men
having a 2.0 average or better. They give service
to the University and this year held a dance
for their members.
Rose Anne Minister
Spurs, formerly Pages, joined the national organiza-
tion this year. They are a group of sophomore
women requiring a 2.5 average who give service to
the University. They sponsored the Ugly Man Dance
this year in addition to other activities.
The University of Nevada Band
The University band, under the direction of Dr. John Carrico,
numbered sixty-four this year. In November the marching band
traveled to Los Angeles to march for the Rams-Baltimore Colts
game and to San Francisco in December to march at Kezar
Stadium. The band also marched for football games, this year
doing some new precision routines. A new addition this year were
the Nevada-Anns, an all-girl precision marching team. In the
spring the concert band took a tour of southern Nevada and also
played two other concerts during the year. The stage band also
took a tour in the spring, going into California.
Director of Bands
The Nevad-Anns, led by Mary Lee Parmenter.
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The University Singers had a busy year, presenting three concerts.
In the late fall, they presented the "Elijah," then at Christmas
gave the "Messiah," including guest soloists. In late spring they
also gave a concert. The chorus was directed by Dr. Macy and ac-
companied by Dr. Ziemer.
The Madrigal Singers presenting their Christmas concert at the
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DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS
Always out in front supporting our team and keep-
ing the crowds cheering — those were our cheer-
leaders. Congratulations on a job well done.
Top: Dianne Sturm. Bottom, Left to Right: Donna Martin, Jack Walker, Beverly Theilig.
Left to Right: Ellen Roseman, Marcia Oaks, Suzi Royer, Kate Murray.
These ever-smiling girls were always
adding color and spirit at all the
games. A vote of thanks goes up to
these outstanding girls.
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA
The Installation of
NEVADA ALPHA CHAPTER OF
BETA GAMMA SIGMA
30 November 1962
AND ELECTION TO
CHARTER MEMBERSHIP OF
Lois Jean Arciids
Kenneth G. Broadhead
Alexander Baltour Clhinn, jr.
ixrif Oliver Dalil
Andrew Williani (iotelli
Warren Eciminid Huil
Jvonald Alvin. Johnson
loscph ). Lainiie
J-)avi(i \'ancc Lippnicotc
Betty jean Mudgc
Robert Eugene Oliver
C!harles Johnstone Armstrong
Prfsi<)(nl. University oi Nevada
KuiKTt C. Weems, }r.
l)e.iii. Colleur or iiu^ines-. Ailinmi^tratiori
(irant B. Sawyer
Governor ot Nevada
DELTA SIGMA PI
Delta Sigma Pi is the only professional business fraternity at the University of
Nevada, and is a member of the Professional Interfraternity Conference. "Delta
Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in
universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of stu-
dents for their mutual advancement . . ."
Alexander Balfour Chinn
Ralph J. Yopp
Left to Rii^ht: R. Wilson, R. Goodell, K. Duffy, Dean Weems, B. Wofford. Delta Si>ma Pi faculty.
Joanne Nelson, Editor
This year the Artemisia is looking toward
the Centennial of the state. We hope that
this book will not only portray 1962-63 but
will remind you of those who have gone be-
fore us, building the state and the university.
Herb Nichols, Business Manager
Donal Ruth Murphy, Assistant Editor
Gray Poole, Photographer
CIa55es — Karen Fabri, Editor; Sandy Coverston
Organizations — Karry DeVincenzi, Joanne Denny, Editor
StMcicnt Govcrnnu-'nt — Kay Lott, Editor
Living Groups — Kathy McKaig, Karen McDonald, Editor
I Activities — Joyce Freeman, Editor; Keith Stephens, Phyllis Goytino.
Sports — Paul Speer, Clyde Robards, Ted Marston, Editor
Honors — Marge Russell, Editor
Art — Sheri Harwood, Editor
Index — Suzanne Russell, Editor
First Row. Jim Benesch, Cynthia Carlson, Jerry Hawley, Penny Kruger, F. G. Tremallo, Advisor.
Second Row: Ralph Eavenson, Pat Bransfield. Ralph Eaven.son— Editor
The Brushfire, a yearly literary magazine, is printed for the purpose
of publishing original works in fiction, poetry, and art submitted by
students of the University of Nevada. Staff membership is open
to all students interested.
The News Service has been set up to communicate to the
public a favorable and accurate picture of our University
and student body by distributing news of the students to
newspapers and other media in and out of state.
Linda Chambers — Editor, Doug Bruckner, Dolores Dunning.
Doug Buchanan, Editor
Our campus newspaper, the Sagebrush, is put out
bi-weekly and contains news of campus activities.
Doug Buchanan headed the staff this year.
Toddy Watkins, Business Manager
Standing: Jon Benson, News Editor;
Doug Buchanan, Editor; Bruce Pozzi,
Assistant Sports Editor; Doug Bruck-
ner, Sports Editor. Seated: John
Firpo, Columnist; Pat Rogero, Man'
aging Editor; Donal Ruth Murphy,
Social Editor; Jose Alvarez, PhotO'
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Pat Rogero, Managing Editor
Sports Staff — Bruce Pozzi; Doug Bruckner, Editor
Social Staff — John Firpo; Donal Murphy, Editor; Jose
Left to Right — Sue Moss, Political Editor; Suzanne Russell,
Circulation Manager; Muriel Ellis, Margie Russell, Star Re-
Jose Alvarez, Photographer
Dave Mandell, Advertising Manager
First Row. Pat Kunimura, Yvette Hash, Mari Kae Ennis, Joan Westfield, Tina Bundy. Second Row.
Sam Vaughan, Sheridan Chirwa, Clark Wong, Leon San Miguel, Bac Kew Lim, Mahn Sup Kim.
Third Row. Padma Lai Shrestha, Rob Robertson, Prakash Pandey, Dale Donathan, Ben Echeverria.
Membership in CCUN is open to all interested students. Meetings are held bi-
monthly and consist of lectures concerning affairs of the United Nations, slides
and talks by various international students, and social events.
Membership in German Club is open to all interested students. Meetings are held
monthly and consist of lectures concerning German culture, history, and educa-
tional opportunities at German universities, plus the celebration of traditional Ger-
First Row. Gail Chadwell, Edith Stetson, President; Dr. Melz, Marilyn Perrozi, Rosemarie Haenel,
Joan Westfield. Second Row. Volker Eisele, Larry Strove, Fraulein Hagner, James Acheson,
First Row: Pete Chapman, Vice Fresidcnt; Joe Falliiii, Vrcudcnt; John Barney, Secretary. Semnd
Row. Rich Kennedy, Norm SUgar, Bob Barrail, Fred Litzinger, Terry Ward, Ron Lee, Abdul Futaih.
The Skydivers are a new organization on campus this
year. Their primary activity is competing with clubs of
their kind from other schools on the west coast.
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Standing: Diane Davis, Rosemarie Lituania, Dr. Felshin, Darrell Shone, Gloria Casci. Seated:
Kay Park, Ronda Wilson-Reed, Ruth Friedhoff, Jeanne Sadler, Cecilia Molini, Jean Tachoires.
WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION
W.R.A. is an organization with membership
available to all women students. Women
may participate in various sports, such as
basketball, volleyball and bowling. The main
objective of W.R.A. is to provide a program
recreation, promote friendship and athletic
competition. Each spring the W.R.A. hosts
high school girls from all over the state to
a day of fun in sports.
First Roui: Daria Groves, Sharon Stark, Joanne Elkin, Louise Payne, Janet Herb, Andree Jo Walker,
Yvette Borda, Marsha Peterson. Second Row. Sondra Hudson, Jeannie Gurneau, Jeannette Wilde,
Carolyn Landcaster, Marlies Speckner, Roberta Porterfield, Shirley Kelly. Third Row. Carolyn Hicks,
Mary Godwin, Pricilla Choy, Shirley Heinen, Norma Jean Hawkins.
The main function of the Nevada State Student Nurses Association is to prepare
student nurses for their professional organizations after graduation and to introduce
them to the idea of what a professional organization stands for.
Officers: Jeanne Snyder, President; Diane Burge, Mrs. Friedley, Jill Walker, Ann Prida,
First Row. W. Laird, J. Ridley, J. Johnson, D. Brix. Second Row: Dr. Johnson, T. Kelly, W. J. Whor-
ton, G. Cook, C. Probert, B. Helming, Dr. Carnahan, W. Winchell.
Alpha Zeta is the honorary agriculture organization, requiring its members to be in
the top two-fifth of their class and a second semester sophomore.
First Row: Jeanette Wilde, Marie Johnson, Jean DeLong, Jean Hansen, Elaine Newton.
Second Row. Milton Thompson, Joan Gansberg, Cooke Laird, Ruth Fenstermaker, Bill
Hamilton. Third Row: Walter Winchell, Dick Cully, Bill Abel, Bige Duncan, Larry
Dennicke. Fourth Row: Kim Johnson, Dale Boegle, Tommy Dulgart, Bill Jones.
First Row: Milton Thompson, V.P.; Joan
Gansberg, Secretary; Cooke Laird, Presi'
dent; Ruth Fenstermaker, Treasurer; Bill
Hamilton, Social Chairman.
The University of Nevada Aggie Club
is composed of students interested in
the furthering of Agriculture. Some of
the activities include putting on the
State Junior Livestock Show, all-school
dances, the National Intercollegiate
Rodeo, and many others.
FiTsc Row. Rosemarie Haenely; Sec-treasurer, Dana Davis; Advisor, Jeanne Sadler; President.
Second Row. Jaci Cheatovich, Carol Sharp, Dee Stewart, Kay Kilfoil. Third Row: Aileen Miller,
Bretta Halvorsen, Ruby Yrueta, Edith Stetson, Joan Westfield.
Here are the future teachers of America. This or-
ganization has national standing and each year the
President is called upon to attend various conven-
tions and meetings. Many varied activities have
made a successful year for SNEA.
First Row. Steve Fleming, Julie La Fond, Jim Colgan, Sue Small, Al Maher, Darrell Bennett.
Second Row. Dr. Lowell Jones, F. D. Tihbetts, Fred Ryser, Harry Walters, Jack Knoll, Gene Steeb,
and Charlie (in closet).
ALPHA EPSILON DELTA
Alpha Epsilon Delta, the honoary international premedical
society, was founded at the University of Alabama in 1926
and now has 74 chapters and 22,000 members. Their goal
is to encourage excellence in order to prepare the student
for medical or dental school. Officers for this chapter are:
Jim Colgan; President, Dr. Fred Ryser; Advisor, Lynn Gerow;
Vice-President, Julie LaFond; Secretary, Gene Steeb; Treasur-
er, and Al Maher; Scapel Reporter.
First Row. Stanley E. Bush, Raymond H. Jeffers, Norman M. Rockwell, James Assuras, Blase A.
Cilweck, John E. Couch. Second Row: John F. Cory, Max Harcourt, Robert C. Stanford, Bill Rose.
Third Row. Jim Gaumer, Ken Clayton, James Kinkor, Steve Bergman. Fourth Row. D. L. Jones,
Virgil Centner, Bob Wood, Allen Wilson, Calvin Thompson, Albert Weitz.
This national honor fraternity is composed of engine-
ering students who have demonstrated outstanding
scholastic achievement and integrity in the field. The
objectives of the fraternity are to promote fellow-
ship and leadership in engineering.
First Row. Lee Littlepage, Chairn\an; Warren Ronsheimer, IRE Secretary; John Wood, AIEE
Secretary; Allen Wilson, Treasurer; Calvin Thompson; Vice Chairman, William Carver. Second
Row. Professor I. J. Sandorf, Advisor; Professor E. V. Kosso, Advisor; Ron Peck, Alfred Lee, Mitch
Casey, Steve Bergman. Third Row. Dan Seifers, Richarh Tinch, John Couch, Max Harcourt, Reeve
Fagg, Lester Armstrong, Chuck Slavin, Bob Fraser, William Dumble. Fourth Row. Richard Ahlberg,
Harry Botsford, Gordon Bowman, John Solaro, Roger Peterson, Stanley Bush, Paul Nelson, Virgil
Centner, Ray Escobedo.
The Student Branch of the Institute of Electrical
and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is devoted to the
advancement of the theory and practice of elec-
trical engineering and its allied Arts and Sciences
and to the maintenance of high technical and
ethical standards among its members.
First Row. Surjit Sandhu, Mike DiSanza, Lewis Stornetta, Tony Xavier, Professor T. Carlson,
Profession E. W. Harris. Second Row. Larry Manning, Byron Hauchett, Kris Kanika, Paul Heil-
mann, Andrew C. Jackson, President; Richard Schneider, Professor William Van Tassel. Third
Row. Claude Harris, William Gilstrap, George Lundgren, Fred McGinnis, Charles Batchelder,
Lewis Podgion, Steve Mather, William Rose.
All mechanical engineering students are eligible to be-
come members of this organization. Monthly meetings
feature technical discussions, films, and lectures so that
these students are able to more fully understand the
profession which they have chosen.
First Row. Dwight Weyant, Norman Rockwell, Robert Gardner, Paul Lumos, Jim Arden. Second
Row. James Kinkor, Bob Weishaupt, Hank Ebbert, Bob Sanford, Richard Short. Third Row. Jim
Gaumer, Jery Ives, Roy Hibdon, Fred Brown, Ken Clayton, Al Weitz. Fourth Row. Ron Hill, Karl
Montrose, Sam Bahirsheth, Kirt Hunter, Wayne Grist, John Fordahm. Fifth Row. Bob Kempton,
Ton O'Donovan, Walt Pfeiffer, Al Westall. Sixth Row. Bob Hammar, Arnold Deangelis, Stan
Hansen, Professor Bonel, Ed Neary, Charlie Steiner.
The American Society of Civil Engineers was formed
to promote closer relationships between undergrad-
uate and graduate engineers. It is open to all stu-
dents in that particular school, with meetings being
First Roiv: Dr. Hutcheson, Dr. Shepperson, Dr. Tigner. Second Row: Dr. Smith, Dr. Hulse, Dr.
Kirkpatrick, Dave Christensen, Judy Franklin, Dale Donathan, Jack Crawford.
PHI ALPHA THETA
Phi Alpha Theta is a national history and political science
organization. Membership is open to any student in this field
who has completed at least twelve hours of work with a B
average or better. Each spring, this organization holds a ban-
quet featuring a special guest speaker. The group was led this
year by Dave Christensen.
First Row: T. Conover, A. L. Higginbotham, K. Janulis, J. Browley. Second Row. J. Alvarez, D.
Buchanan, J. Firpo, C. Thomas, L. Hunter, B. Howard, B. SchiUing.
Sigma Delta Chi, Professional Journalistic Fraternity, is an organi-
zation for men engaged in journalism and dedicated to the highest
ideals of the profession. The society is made up of both under-
graduate and professional chapters. The group's motto is, "He
Serves Best Who Serves the Truth" and the watch-words are
"Talent, Truth, Energy." The University of Nevada Under-
graduate Chapter publishes the student directory each year.
Sigma Delta Chi National Vice Presi-
dent, Professor A. L. Higginbotham.
First Row. Pat Rogero, Bill Schilling, Pat White, President. Second Row. Judy Black, Margo
Bartlett, Donal Ruth Murphy, Linda Chambers, Penny Levin, Duncan Knowles, Margie Russell,
Kittie Kerr, Suzanne Russell, Mrs. Glendon, Professor Connover, Professor Janulis, Professor
All journalism majors further their knowledge in this field at monthly
meetings which feature guest speakers. Many other activities, under
the direction of President Pat White, have contributed to a year of
success for the Press Club.
First Row. W. H. Tedford, President, Dick Hoize, E. X. Berry. Second Row. Chiv-
Shan Chen, Jim Kees, Robert Marshall. Third Row. Jim Hammond, L. L. Tilson,
Richard Bishop. Fourth Row. Dr. Neal Moore, Jerry Giles, Dr. W. T. Scott,
Advisor. Fifth Row. Carl Koizumi.
SIGMA PI SIGMA
Sigma Pi Sigma is a national physics honorary for
those with professional merit, academic distinction,
and a demonstrated interest in the field of physics.
First Row. Gail Warren, Jeanne Hardin, Reverend Henry Jesse, Chaplin, Shenill Bratten, Barbara
Hardin, Sally Kersey, Advisor. Second Row. Ed Simon, Bob Cheever, Virginia Bath, President,
Ted Warren, Philip Gerstle, Tom Joffee, Adi-isor; Michael Orr, John Cheever.
Canterbury Club is an Episcopal group consisting of
about twenty members. The club meets every Sunday
evening for a discussion period. On the first Sunday in
each month the club enjoys breakfast after the church
Left to Right: Curtis Russell, Chairman; Julie West, Secretary, Tom Fee. Not Pictured: Bill Smith,
Karen Ogron, Curtis Freemont, Marion Nickson, Paul D. Eldridge, Faculty Advisor.
The Baha'i Club exists to advance the principles of
the Baha'i World Faith, an independent, world-
embracing religion. Functioning with other such clubs
on university campuses throughout the nation, the
club is composed of students, faculty and staff of the
University and provides fellowship for Baha'is on
campus and information for interested campus
groups and individuals.
First Row: Father McNally, Chaplin, Fran O'Brien, Anna Buccalari, Diane Salas. Second Row:
Dennis Whann, Russell Umhraco, Kanneo-Kanneo, John Pierotti, Kent Maloney, President. Third
Row: Fred Litzinger, Bernie Anderson, Father Joseph F. Linde, Bill Cowee, Phil Hanifan, Jack
Membership in Newman Club is open to all
interested students and meetings are held at
the Newman Club building on North Virginia
Street every Sunday night. The purpose of the
club is to promote religious, educational, and
social welfare among students.
Left to Right: Diann Beyer, Lyndell McGue, Neil Stone, Karen Branch, Dick Scott, Jodie Muller,
Seth Poole, Othmar Schneider.
Even with an elite membership of over one hundred
skiers, the Ski Club had a terrible, depressing year.
Snow conditions forced cancellation of the Mammoth
Trip and continued lack of snow generated a spirit
somewhat akin to sleeping sickness. However, things
are looking up for spring.
The Activities Parade, where clubs recruit members.
UNCOC holding their annual initiation.
FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF — Left to Right: B. Ireland, F. Edsall, R. Dankworth, R. Trachok.
The University of Nevada \7olf Pack had its most successful
season in ten years; the team record was 5 wins, 3 losses and one
tie. The Wolf Pack placed third in the Far Western Conference
and also placed five men on the All Far Western Team. Some of
the highspots of the season were our defeats of Whittier 21'6,
Idaho State 14-7, and our homecoming victory over Humbolt
State, 15-0. Three of the teams that Nevada defeated were rated
in the top twenty in National small college ratings at the
The fine representation of our football team, both on and off the
field, should make the students of Nevada very proud.
Dr. Arthur Broten
Director of Athletics
First Row. Richard Miles, Casey Jones, Alden Hesterlee, Eugene Duck, Jock
Echave, Tony Manguso, Ed Borla, Bernie Cotton, Calvin Campbell, Fred
Williams. Second Row: Coach Richard Trachok, Coach Floyd Edsall, Robert
Ossolinski, Al McDaniels, Bill Barker, Hank Ebert, Jim Baratte, Joe O'Keefe,
Tony Klenakis, Bill Daniel, John McSweeny, Dick Pinion, Ray Del Turco,
Assistant Coach Dick Dankworth, Assistant Coach Bill Ireland. Third Ron;:
David Haines, Bob Herron, Mark Holland, Jim Urdzik, Joel Glover, Stu
Schraeder, Bob Ezell, Paul Franklin, Jack Renwick, John Gayner, Dave
Lundy, Jim Bronson. Fourth Roui: John Sullivan, Gary Busch, Harlan
Heward, Tom Cook, Mike Christopher, Richard Williams, Clyde Robards,
Bob Pedersen, Vance Fisher, Dick Sisul, Jay Carter, Tony Wheeler.
University of Redlands
San Francisco State
Homecoming Humboldt State
Ray Del Turco gains yardage against San Francisco
State, as Tony Manguso looks on.
Calvin Campbell, Halfback Clyde Robards, Center
Bill Daniel, Guard
Dick Pinie^n, Guard
FAR WESTERN CONFERENCE STANDINGS
Won Lost Tied
San Francisco State
Jock Echave, Fullback
Ray Del Turco leaps high to catch a
pass against Humboldt State in
Richard Miles, End
Dick Sisul, Tackle
Al McDaniels, Halfback
Tony Manguso, Fullback
Bobby Herron drives through San Francisco State men for a first down.
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Al McDaniels is stopped by a host of
tacklers as Dave Lundy (72) and Rick
Miles (87) move in to help.
David Haines, Guard
Bill Barber, Halfback
Gary Busch, End
Stu Schraeder, End
Mike Christopher, End
Vance Fisher, End
Dave Lundy, Center
Tom Cook, Center
Mark Holland, Tackle
Little All-Coast Halfback Cal Campbell romps for yardage
Eugene Duck, Guard
John Gaynor, End
Casey Jones, Center Bill Ossolinski, Guard Jim Baratte, Guard
John McSweeny, Guard Paul Franklin, Quarterback John Urdzik, Fullback
Joe O'Keefe, End
"Temporary blackout" for Fred Williams.
SCENES . . .
THE DEFENSE HOLDS ... Doc Williams grabs Humboldt man behind the line of
scrimmage as Bill Daniel (65), Bob Pedersen (78), Dick Pinion (60), and Dave Lundy (72)
move in to help him . . .
. . . AND HOLDS . . . Humboldt man is surrounded by Dick Pinion (60), Bob Pedersen
(78), and Bill Barber (24) as Tony Wheeler (30) and Bill Daniel (65) look on . . .
. . . TIL OFFENSE TAKES OVER AND SCORES .
from Bob Ezell, powers his way into the end zone.
. Gal Campbell, after taking a hand-off
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First Row: Casey Jones, Ed Hannon, Jim Baratte, Fred Arp, Bob Diullo,
Don Hartman-Manager, Max Culp-Coach. Second Row. Denny Mandel,
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Chuck Siddall, Mike Dolan, Jim Baker, Jim Larsen, Dick Thorton, Jim
Wright, John Prida-Coach. Third Row. Ron Beaubien, Larry Felesina, Nat
Fiore, Frank Forvilly, Lynn Quilici, John Rossiter, Scott Filler, Ed Borla.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM
The Wolf Pack basketball team finished the season with
an overall 11-13 record, and a 6-6 record for a tie for third
in the conference. Some of the highspots of Coach
Spencer's fourth season were Nevada's seven game win-
ning streak and their 76-74 victory over the U.S.F. Dons;
Stewart Johnson was picked on the All Far- Western Con-
ference team and Bob Donlan received honorable men-
tion. Bright spot for the future was the undefeated season
of the Frosh team.
Jack Spencer, Coach
First Row. Joe deArrieta, Lonnie Moore, Bill Pollard, Ed Hillygus, Tom
Ross, Mike Lane, Bob Donlan, Mike Griffin. Second Roiv: Jack Spencer-
Coach, Chico Feilback, Bob Schebler, Paul Speer, Brent Johnson, Bill
Robinson, Stewart Johnson, Bernie Furnagaeli-Coach.
Paul Speer, Forward
Bill Robinson, Center
Bob Donlan , Guard
Joe deArrieta, Guard
Chico Feilback, Forward
Bob Schebler, Forward
Ed Hillygus, Guard
Lonnie Moore, Forward
Harlan Heward, Center
Stewart Johnson, Forward
Bill Pollard, Forward
Larry Smith, Forward
Brent Johnson, Center
Tom Ross, Guard
Mike Griffin, Guard
Chico Feilback (50) reaches for jump'ball against Weber
as Bill Robinson (54), Stu Johnson (30), and Bob Donlan
move in for action.
Bill "Dipper" Robinson (54) tips in two
more points in Nevada's victory over
Weber College as Paul Speer (32) leaps
high to help him.
S.F. Olympic Club
* Alameda St.
* San Francisco St.
* Humboldt St.
* Chico St.
* Cal Aggies
* Sacramento St.
* San Francisco St.
* Alameda St.
* Humboldt St.
* Chico St.
* Sacramento St.
* Cal Aggies
* Far Western Conference
Paul Speer shoots jump shot in opening quarter
of Nevada's first game.
Bob Donlan brings the ball
into action for Nevada.
First Row. Gerald Rogers, Dave Decker, Carl Bossieux, Larry Moore,
Howard Wright, Bill Owens. Second Row: Napoleon Montgomery, Mike
Stephenson, Mike Ingersol, Larry Felesina, Tom Krant, Tom Andreasen.
Not Pictured: Dick D'Amato and Spike Jamison.
Tallman Lumber 53
Truckee Townies 37
Cal Aggies 49
Tahoe Truckee 48
Desert Club 52
Henry's Corner 61
Chico State 68
Army Nat'l Guard 35
Cal Aggies 44
Coach Bernie Fumagalli and
Assistant Coach John Prida
N. Montgomery races after ball with Mike Stephenson
looking on. The Freshman team had an undefeated
season with a sixteen win, no loss record.
Left to Right: Coach Chelton Leonard, Mike Burnetto, Bud Sorenson, Jim Barry, Greg Austin, Jim
Acheson, Lane Monroe, Dave SmaU.
Coach Chelton Leonard
Coach Shelton Leonard, back after two years, lead the
University of Nevada Ski team to a successful season.
Highspots of the season was our third place in our own
Winter Carnival and a first place at Portland State's
Winter Carnival. At the end of the season, Coach
Leonard took Lane Monroe and Mike Burnetto to the
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Dick Andrews shows his form on one of his early
Mike Burnetto showing some
of the style that made him one
of Nevada's fine skiers.
No, this is not the crosscountry team; this is one of the
'.. first workouts that our ski team received, and as was
usual for the year, no snow!
First Row. Coach Jimmy Olivas, Larry Williamson, Dave Stix, Gene Montrose. Second Row: Joe
Dahl, Mike Gottschalk, John Daniels, Skip Houk, John Curry, Larry Malone, Chris Wilson, Jim
The boxing team at the University of Ne-
vada had an undefeated season. Coach
Jimmy Olivas' boxers defeated the Cal Bears
twice, drew and won over Chico, and beat
the Twelfth Naval District. All-American
Skip Houk and Portal Trophy winner Dave
Stix paced the squad throughout the year.
Nevada took an unoffical first in the CIB
Tournament with Jim Evans, Dave Stix,
Chris Wilson, and Larry Williamson win-
ning in their respective divisions. Nevada
should be proud of its boxers, both in and
out of the ring.
Coach Jimmy Olivas
Dave Stix - 156
Skip Houk - 147
Jim Evans - hy wt.
Chris Wilson - 165
Larry Williamson - 125
Larry Malone - 178
Joe Dahl - 147
Mike Gottschalk - 156
John Daniels - hy wt.
Gene Montrose - 138
J. R.Curry -178
First Row: Fred Williams, Rick Miles, Steve Holloway, Jon
Key, Alfred McDaniels, Skip Houk, Sam Rutland, Dick
Strunk, Morse Cotter, Lary Smith. Second Row. Coach Dick
Dankworth, Clyde Robards, Dave Zagar, Jim O'Brien, Doug
Ketron, Tom Dye, Fred Fralick, Ryan Melton, Richard Wil-
liams, Alex Darnes, Duncan Edwards, Assistant Coach Dick
Trachok. Third Row. Les Smith, Gary Nelson, Bob Clear, Dick
McCoy, Joe Winchell, John Manke, Tim Anderson, Dennis
Tope, Larry Moore, Stu Schrader, Marshall Hansen, Gary
Devine, Frank Egenhoff. Fourth Row. John Riel, Phil Hen-
drickson, Lyman Keel, Ira Rackley, Dan Cline, Jim Christen-
sen. Bud Forman, Brent Johnson, Ron Lee, Jim Humphries,
Bill Magee, Al Maher, Jerry Batchagulupi, Tom Cook, Jay
Coach Dick Dankworth
One of the finest track teams on the Pacific Coast
belongs to the University of Nevada, headed by
Coach Dick Dankworth. The track team, coming
off an undefeated season last year, figures to be
even stronger this year. In 1962, along with win-
ning all of its dual and triangular meets, the team
won the college division of the Santa Barbara
relays, the Davis relays, and the Sacramento relays.
For the third straight year, the Wolf Pack team
won the Far Western Conference championship,
scoring a total of 114 points. On May 17 at Santa
Barbara, the team competed and won against
seventeen other small college powers on the West
Coast to become N.C.A.A. Small College Pacific
Coast Regional Champions. To wind up the
season. Bob Pedersen competed in the National
N.C.A.A. meet at Eugene, Oregon and placed
ninth in the discus. This climaxed one of the
finest track seasons that Nevada has ever had.
880 and Mile
Richard "Doc" Williams
Clyde Robards shown throwing the shot-put
in spring practice.
Mile and 2-Mile
Discus and Shot Put
880 and Mile
Broad ]ump and
Broad Jump and
Brent Johnson warming up for Nevada's first meet.
100 and 220
High and Low Hurdles
Shot-Put and Discus
One of Nevada's mainstays in the mile
relay this year is Fred Fralick.
"Doc" Williams prepares to defend his Far Western
Conference pole-vaulting crown.
100 and 220
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Left to Right: Coach Robert Laughter, Kaye Won, Bill Johnson, Ed Vacchina, Lee Humes, Glen
Coach Robert Laughter is heading Nevada's Ten-
nis team for the sixth consecutive season. The
team has three returning lettermen and should
have a fine season. The season finishes up with
the FWC Championships at Chico in May.
Coach Robert Laughter
The 1963 schedule includes: April 5-Humboldt
State, April 6>Cal Aggies, April 19-Sacramento
State, April 27'Chico State, May 3-Alameda,
May 4-San Francisco and on May 10, 11 — the
FWC Championships at Chico.
First Row. Larry Swecker, Joe DeArrieta. Second Row. Coach Jack Spencer, , Paul Freitag, Mike
Coach Jack Spencer is handling the golf
team for his fourth consecutive year. The
golf team, although hampered by bad
weather, expects to have a successful season.
The team has meets against all other mem-
bers of the Far Western Conference and on
May tenth and eleventh, will meet for the
Far Western Championship in Chico.
Coach Jack Spencer
Vint 'R.ovo\ Mike Silva, Fred Dalimore, Sherwin Minster, Don Banta, Don Collar, Jerry Schutz,
Barry McKinnon, Ron Banta, Leland Smale, Lewis Dodson, Wayne Abalos, Gary Daniels,
Manager. Second. Rou'; Coach Bill Ireland, Assistant Coach Pat Mills, Pat Hart, Neil Stone,
Dave Sheets, Dennis Scott, Joel Glover, Tony Wheeler, Jim Evans, Bruce Alverson, Phil Lampert,
John Conway, Ron Bath, Carl Bossieux, Napoleon Montgomery.
The Wolf Pack baseball team has a twenty-six
game schedule this Spring with such schools as
Santa Clara, St. Mary's and San Jose. Coach
Bill Ireland, third year as head coach, should
have a fine season. The team is a favorite for
the FWC crown and with an early season win
over Santa Clara, nationally ranked, it will
continue to make the students proud.
Coach Bill Ireland
Assistant Coach Pat Mills
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Managers — Gary Daniels and
Lew Dodson tags out Phillie runner as University of
Nevada baseball team defeats the Phillie rookies in
their first game of the season.
Cal Campbell, Halfback
All Conference First Team
All Little Coast First Team
Bill Daniel, Middle Guard
All Conference First Team
All Little Coast
Harlan Heward, Defensive End
All Conference First Team
Dick Pinion, Line Backer
Ail Conference First Team
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Clyde Robards, Offensive Cnt.
All Conference First Team
Stewart Johnson, Forward
All Conference First Team
Bob Donlan, Guard
Jack Renwick, Quarterback
All Conference Second Team
Richard "Doc" Williams
School Record'Pole Vault
FWC 220-Low Hurdless
C/BC 156 lbs. Champion
School Record Holder - l-Mile
FWC Record Holder - 2-Mile
School Record Holder - Mile
FWC 120-High Hurdle
FWC 440 Champion
Left to Right: Toddy Watkins, Karen Phillips, and Sue Voss.
September came, and with it a whirl of
Activities for university students. Only one
of the many things that high-lighted the
annual Trek-Nik was a speech by Mr.
Richard Hamm, executive secretary to Gov-
ernor Sawyer. The A.W.S. Fashion Show
also contributed to make this month a fun
filled one to remember.
Mr. Richard Hamm; executive secretary to Governor Sawyer.
Snake-dances through the streets, long-
underware and nightgowns, and a roaring
bonfire at Mackay Stadium all helped to
make this year's Pajama Rally one to re-
member. Entertainment of all types was in
store for University students, as they were
also treated to hearing comedian Dick Gre-
Now for the beer!
First Row. Keith Lee, Jim Sinasek, Chuck Burr, Bill Mortensen, Marilyn Walker, Diane Conton,
Linda Young, Barbara Beesley, Mimi Patrick, Ellen Murphy, Sarah Pedersen, Julie LaFond, Muriel
Ellis, Jim Elliot, Fianna Beeghly, Jo Ann Nelson, and Art Kess. Second Row. Benny Echeverria,
Dean Basta, Dean Hathorn, Doug Ketron, Ken Clayton and Bob Blair. Third Row. Bill Lohse,
Clark Santini, Tom Seeliger, Tom Case, Andy Mackenzie, Ted Marston, Tim Griffin, Ralph
Aldave, Dale Wagner, Larry Struve, Jim Acheson, Mike Mackedon and Jack Walker.
Leadership kicks off the school year in a retreat
held at Lake Tahoe. This year discussion groups
on campus problems were held, lead by various
campus leaders. The delegates participated in the
busy, fun-filled two days.
Wonder if their enjoying themselves?
And once again the process begins.
Look at this muscle power!
But I don't want to go for a swim.
Hey! This one's full of beer.
Are you sure you want to join the boxing team?
But, I thought you Hked low-cut dresses?
You even washed behind your ears tonight!
Many Reno establishments, rang-
ing from the Skyroom of the Mapes
Hotel to the basement of the Amer-
ican Legion Hall, saw much action
Ouch! Who's the wise guy with the pin?
When are you going to learn to tie your own shoes?
as the sororities and fraternities
kicked off their social whirl by
honoring their new pledges at the
annual pledge dances.
Of course, I've never read palms professionally,
but as I see it. . . .
If he steps on my feet once more I'll die!
Boy, that "Firewater" was too much for me!
They just have to have a ladies room some-
where in this place!
Kappa Alpha Theta's cowboy-wolf brought home a trophy for their float "Get 'Em in the End."
Sigma Nu added the revolving trophy to their collection with "Last Act, Lumberjack."
The Tri-Delts, despite a slight mishap before the parade, still entered their float "Duck Humboldt."
"Nevada Salutes the World of Entertain-
ment" was the theme of the 1962 Home-
coming. We built floats, practiced for
Wolve's Frolic, attended the assembly and
football game and were lucky if we were
still awake enough to attend the dance.
Fortunately (or unfortunately) it only
comes once a year.
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The "Dizzyland" of Lambda Chi had the distinction of being the largest
float in the parade.
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Pi Beta Phi urged "String 'Em Along."
Cheerleader Diane Sturm rode Bertha, one of the
Alpha Tau Omega's "Don't Fiddle With Nevada."
Theta Chi's idea of entertainment "Nevada Hits the Jackpot
The S.A.E.'s dinasour
The Independent's Oscar for "Best Performance By a Wolf."
The World's Fair entertainment was visualized by the American Society of Civil
Engineers in their float "Needle Humboldt."
The Gamma Phi Beta float had a talented wolf on
"Give 'Em Treble."
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Pi Beta Phi took home the permanent trophy after presenting
"All the King's Women."
The Kildare and Casey forces battled it out in Sigma Nu's winning skit,
"Who Really Rates?"
Gamma Phi Beta presented "Dial B for Broadway."
Alpha Tau Omega started the Frolic oS with
"The Start of Something Big."
Bob Herron made the female population
swoon between acts.
"The Silent Era" by the men of Lambda Chi Alpha reminded us
of the days of silent films.
A very unusual act featuring a flaming baton.
Delta Delta Delta presented "Shine On, Nevada U."
Nevada's answer to The Kingston Trio-The Shades.
White Pine Hall's "Our Little Hollywood.'
Kappa Alpha Theta lived it up in their skit
entitled "Inhibitions Prohibited."
Judy Black, 1962 Homecoming Queen, is presented with a trophy and
traditional red roses.
HOMECOMING COMMITTEE — First Row: Muriel Ellis, Julie La Fond, Judy Quanchi, Kay
Sorenson, Diane Swart, Marilyn Madsen. Second Row: Ted Marsten, Larry Kees, Dick Short,
Gordon Corn, Chairman; Jay Carter. Third Row: Jim Elliot, Leonard Howard, Pete Jensvold,
We also had an assembly at which the Coronado's were one of
the entertaining groups.
On Friday, the cheerleaders decorated the goal-
posts . . . with crepe paper.
Audrey Chambers and the band entertained at
half-time of the game. . .
. . . which we won over Humboldt State.
Homecoming 1962 ended with a dance at
A few tense minutes before the announcements, and then . . celebration!
In November the IFC gave their annual
bean feed and presented the Kinnear
Trophy to Alpha Tau Omega. Individual
trophies are also awarded at this time.
Also in November was the Student Union
sponsored James Roosevelt speech who
presented his commentary on the 1962 off-
year election and his prognosis of activities
to be undertaken by the 88th Congress.
The Hall-Buckley debate took place on
December thirteenth on the subject
"Resolved: The House Committee on
Un-American Activities Should Be
Vickie Smith of Elko receives a bouquet of red
roses from Colonel Gundlach as she begins her
reign as queen of the 34th annual military ball.
Miss Smith represented White Pine Hall and was
attended by Sally Shank, Kappa Alpha Theta;
Judy Schmidt, Delta Delta Delta; Andree Walker,
Pi Beta Phi; Peggy Hayman, Gamma Phi Beta;
Suzanne Glenn, Manzanita Hall; and Rosemary Lit-
uania representing the Off-Campus Independents.
Colonel Gundlach receives a gift from the Cadet Officer's Corps.
Quick! Hide the bottle!
This year's Military Ball lived up to its expectations as the "biggest
and best," and promises to have been one of the social highlights
of the year.
Andy McKenzie receives his insignia of rank as
Cadet Colonel and Brigade Commander from
Colonel Gundlach, Cadet Colonel is the highest
rank which can be attained in the Reserve Of-
ficers' Training Corps.
Careful! Those things are sharp.
The Town Pipers
Then the traveling salesman said
The Campus Players presented "The Cave
Dwellers" by William Saroyan and di-
rected by Robert Strane; and "The Em-
peror's New Clothes" under the direction
of Dr. William C. Miller.
See how I'm protected by this
And this is my brother George.
Last time I walk to school.
The joy of Christmas was represented in the glorious
majesty of the annual production of Handel's Messiah
by the University Singers, and the simple joy of Christ-
mas carols sung by the Madrigal Singers. Both groups
were under the direction of Dr. William Keith Macy of
the University music department. The Messiah featured
a soloist from the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
December saw the sorority and fraternity Christ-
mas formals. Starting early in December, they
provided a rousing prelude to the Christmas vaca-
tion and holidays. Many of Reno's finer dining
and entertainment establishments were the scene
of formal dances. The Mapes Hotel proved once
again to be the most popular among the sororities
and fraternities. The Mapes hosted dances for
Sigma Nu, Pi Beta Phi, and Kappa Alpha Theta.
Bazooka Blows Bigger Bubbles.
No, I always travel this way.
Yecchh! Get away from me with that smelly thin;
Where's the ladies' room?
Do you have a Musician's Union card?
Mechanical engineering lab.
Are you really a spy from the Secret Service?
The Monaco was the scene of dances for Theta
Chi and Delta Delta Delta. The Lambda Chi
Alpha and Sigma Alpha Epsilon functions were
each held at The Lancer, while the Alpha Tau
Omega and Gamma Phi Beta dances were held at
the Hidden Valley Country Club and the River-
side Hotel, respectively. Sigma Phi Epsilon elected
to hold its Christmas formal at the Villa Roma.
Lincoln Hall, Artemesia Hall, White Pine Hall
and Manzanita Hall were hosted at the Hidden
Valley Country Club.
Have you been good all year?
Can I put it on now?
The spirit of giving was illustrated by campus
organizations and living groups during the Christ-
mas season. Children from the Reno-Sparks area
were entertained by these groups. Santa Claus, or
one of his helpers, distributed gifts to the children.
Maybe they'll let me play with it.
I thought Santa Claus was downtown.
The University of Nevada Cadet Officers Club held its initiation for
advanced military juniors before Christmas vacation. The mid-December
maneuvers included relay races, exercises, drill, and more exercises. A
highlight was guarding the women's residence halls on campus. The guards
demanded a "kiss or a dime" from all women entering or leaving the dorms.
Some studied. . .
. . . some didn't.
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After finals the machines take over, preparing
grade reports and getting cards ready for registra-
tion. This is the time when you see groups of
students gathered around bulletin boards with
anxious expressions to see the all important grade.
Then it's registration time again as the gym is filled with mass con-
fusion. Characteristics — long lines, questions, confused expres-
sions, many cards, and bent heads.
Construction proceeded rapidly on campus
building projects. Juniper Hall and the Life
Science Wing of the College of Agriculture
neared completion. Forms were also laid for
the Jot-Travis Student Union addition. The
old and the new were contrasted as the
regents voted to move long-time Mackay
Stadium and the modernistic Atmospherium
for the Desert Research Institute began to
"Pair-a-Dice 'n Snow" was the winning decoration of the 1963 Winter Carnival.
The winner was the cooperative effort of Delta Delta Delta, Lambda Chi Alpha,
and Phi Sigma Kappa.
Winter Carnival 1963, in spite of adverse
snow conditions, was a great success. Nine
ski teams competed including Chico State,
Sierra College, Air Force Academy, Uni-
versity of California, University of Ore-
gon, Arizona State, Utah State, Stan-
ford, and Nevada. Chico State took
first place, narrowly edging out Sierra
by two-tenths of a point. Nevada finished
third. Skimeister was Thor Mjoren of
The entry of SAE, Gamma Phi Beta, and Sigma Phi Epsilon
was "Skier's Haven."
"Two Winter Sports in One" was the contribution of
Kappa Alpha Theta, Alpha Tau Omega, and Theta Chi.
Manzanita and Artemisia Halls cooperated to
produce this abstract skier.
PARADISE IN SNOW
. . . was the all-over theme of the Carnival and various renditions of it were shown
in front of all the women's living groups.
White Pine and Lincoln Halls' theme was "I'm in
Heaven" and pictured an angelic skier.
A wolf in a paradise of another kind was pictured by
Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Nu.
Winter Carnival activities are many and varied. It
was a busy week for all of us, after many weeks of
preparation by the committee. Activities included
open houses at the women's living groups, a dance,
and, of course, skiing on the hill.
First Row. Sue Turner, Lee Ann Zimmerman, Judy Morrison, Suzie Royer, Pat Rogero, Nancy
Watson. Second Rovj: Kay Sorenson, Donal Ruth Murphy, Danny Farrier, Ellen Roseman, Ted
Marston. Third Row.; Roger Cornwall, Dick Hoffman, Jim Acheson.
Theta Margo Ford was crowned Snow Princess of Winter Carnival.
The Highway Men entertained at the assembly.
SNO-BALL AND OPEN HOUSE
What do you mean, "Happy Birthday?"
One more step, sister, and out midt der eyes.
And Anacin doesn't upset my stomach.
Funniest thing happened to me on my way to
Kappa Alpha Theta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon supporting their respective candidates.
Pi Beta Phi campaigning for Betty Webb.
Andy Gotelli gives his campaign speech
for First Vice President.
Jim Acheson presents his ideas on the office of ASUN
The "South Bay" and "Twist" made an appearance when the Independents
set up a band in front of the Student Union to promote their candidates.
/B, a play portraying the modern story of Job was presented by the drama depart-
ment and was so popular that it was heldover for an extra night.
1 here's one in every crowd!
Well, he's trying.
Each year, the Theta Chi fraternity awards a
plaque to the Outstanding Greek senior man
and woman. This year's awards were presented
to Harry Walters and Linda Young.
Linda Young, Outstanding Greek Woman
Harry Walters, Outstanding Greek Man
Lambda Chi Alpha
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Phi Sigma Kappa
Alpha Tau Om.ega
Sigm.a Phi Epsilon
Ralph Gari, clarinet and saxophone artist,
performed with the University Symphonic
band at a concert in March.
Brother Antonius, a poet of the Dominican order,
read some of his poetry at a lecture on campus.
Dr. Ryser, delivering his "Last Lecture" as
a part of a series that was sponsored by the
The year at a glance brings out a few other events, more
or less important. The flood of the Truckee River aff^ected
all of us — flooded basements and transportation diffi-
culties. The SAE's purchased two lions which have al-
ready received a coat or two of paint. Blue Key started
their project of cleaning Manzanita Lake by draining it as
MACKAY DAY COMMITTEE — First Row. Roy Enochson, Suzie Royer, Mary Lynn Barnard,
Muriel Ellis, Judy Quanchi, Judy Jeppson, Sharon Domenici, Jose Alvarez. Second Row. Chuck
Burr, Andy McKenzie, Harry Culbert, Ted Marston, Tim Grant, Tom Burns, Tim Griffin,
Harry and Tim have their beards checked by Mary Lynn and Muriel.
Common scenes on Mackay Day include the
Black Mariah where students who are not
dressed in traditional western dress are put.
On Saturday after the luncheon, obstacle races
and the SAE-ATO Lawn Party are held, cli-
maxed by the all-school dance on Saturday
night which includes presenting of trophies.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA — Left to Right: Bob Braunsweig, Kirk Kinne, Mike Griffin, Mike Casey,
DELTA DELTA DELTA — Left to Right: Diane Springmeyer, Sharon Yeazel, Mary Solaro, Judy
Norcott, Cheryl Sawyer, Mary McCabe.
GAMMA PHI BETA — Left to Right: Laurie Sterne, Jaci Chiatovich, Prella Ede, Norma Sheley,
Linda Chambers, Suzi Natucci, Peggy Hayman, Margie RusselL
KAPPA ALPHA THETA — Left to Right: Barbara Beesley, Karen McDonald, Tori Henderson,
Carolyn Smith, Janet DuBois, Sue Voss, Mary Muth, Cindy Wilson.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA — Left to Right: Hal Herwitt, Bill Saxton, Dennis Lalley, Jay Ball, Jerry
Schutz, Kent Wisecarver, George Frank, Jon Culbert.
PI BETA PHI — Left to Right: Kathleen Sadler, Jane Elliott, Jeanette Zolezzi, Sandy Hay, Virginia
Frost, Penny White, Jeannine Van Wagnenen, Jackie Uhalde.
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AALBU, JANICE — Hawthorne, Nevada — Speech
and Drama — Delta Delta Delta; University Play
Productions; Campus Players; Spurs; Student Union
ADAMS, MARICA — SparJcs, Nevada — Delta Delta
AGUILAR, LYNN — Napa, California — Kappa
Alpha Theta — Social Chairman, Vice President;
Spurs; Sagens; Junior Prom Attendent.
ALDAVE, RALPH — Susanville, California — Phi-
losophy — Election Board Chairman; Debate Team;
Delta Sigma Rho; Philosophy Club; Blue Key; Young
ARENDS, LOIS J. — Reno, Nevada — Accounting —
Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma.
ARMSTRONG, JUDITH A. — Reno, Nevada —
History — Kappa Alpha Theta — Chaplain; CCUN;
Phi Alpha Theta; Artemisia staff; Wolf Tips Editor;
Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities;.
Recorder Choir; Sagebrush staff.
ARMSTRONG, LESTER — Carson City, Nevada —
Electrical Engineering — University of Nevada Cadet
Officers Club; IEEE; Distinguished Military Student.
BARNARD, LUCY H. — Reno, Nevada — Fashion
Merchandising — Kapa Alpha Theta — Scholarship
Chairman; Pages; Phi Kappa Phi.
BARRY, WESLEY — Auburn, California — Soil Sci-
ence — Ski Team; Ski Club; Aggie Club; Realist Alli-
ance; Sigma Pi Epsilon.
BARTHOLOMEW, DAVID C — Virginia City, Ne-
vada — Physical Education — Sigma Alpha Epsilon;
Artemisia Hall Resident Assistant.
BARTHOLOMEW, SUE A. — Virginia City, Ne-
vada — Elementary Education.
BARTLETT, MARGO A. — Las Vegas, Nevada
— Journalism-Press Club; German Club; Sagebrush
BATH, VIRGINIA — East Ely, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education — Pi Beta Phi; Young Women's
Christian Association; ACEI; Canterbury Club-Presi-
BAUER, JOHN F. — _San Francisco, California —
English — Phi Sigma Kappa-President; English Club;
Brushfire Editor; Ski Club; Realist Alliance-Presi-
BELDEN, KENNETH R. — Vallejo, California —
Electrical Engineering — Sigma Nu; Tennis Team.
BERGMAN, STEVEN C. — New York City, New
York — Electrical Engineering — Phi Delta Tau
(NYC local); Sigma Tau.
BIBB, J. STEPHEN — Reno, Nevada — Electrical
BIGGS, FRED K. — Loomis, California — Geologi-
BORER, LINDA R. — Hawthorne, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education — Delta Delta Delta; ACEI; Stu-
dent National Education Association; Newman Club;
Junior Prom Attendent; AWS Fashion Shows.
BOURBOPOULOS, ARISTIDIS — Greece — Civil
BOWEN, JIM K. — Reno, Nevada — English.
BRANNEN, BARBARA — Reno, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education — Pi Beta Phi; Little Sisters of
Minerva-President; Homecoming Queen.
BROWNE, FREDERICK L. — Santa Rosa, Califor-
nia — Civil Engineering — Theta Chi-House mana-
ger. Chaplain; American Society of Civil Engineering;
BRYANT, KARIN — Hawthorne, Nevada — Arts
and Science — Cheerleader; Student Union Board
-Secretary; Artemisia - Manzanita Hall Association-
Secretary, Vice President; Junior Prom Queen.
BUCHANAN, DOUGLAS — Sparks, Nevada —
Journalism — Sigma Phi Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi-
Vice President; Kappa Tau Alpha; Phi Kappa Phi;
University of Nevada Cadet Officers Club; Press Club;
Blue Key; Coffin and Keys; Sagebrush-Editor, Busi-
ness Manager; Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Class
Committees; Who's Who In American Colleges and
BURKETT, CLINTON A. — Reno, Nevada — Ele-
BUSH, STANLEY E. — Sparks, Nevada — Electri-
cal Engineering — Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau-Presi-
dent; Pi Mu Epsilon; IEEE.
CASEY, MITCHELL T. — Reno, Nevada — Electri-
cal Engineering — Phi Sigma Kappa; American In-
stitute of Electrical Engineers.
CAVANAUGH, JOHN — Reno, Nevada —
CHEEVER, JOHN K. — Hawthorne, Nevada —
Accounting — American Society of Civil Engineering,
CHINN, ALEVANDER B. — San Francisco, Cali-
fornia — Business Administration — Delia Sigma Pi-
Vice President; Beta Gamma Sigma; Campus Chris-
CHOY, MELVIN — Reno, Nevada — Biology —
Block N; CCUN; Biology Club.
CLAYTON, KENNETH E. — Carson City, Nevada
— Civil Engineering — Lambda Chi Alpha; Sigma
Tau; American Society of Civil Engineering; Who's
Who In American Colleges and Universities; Blue
Key; Coffin and Keys; Men's Senator at Large; Ski
Club; Steering Committee.
CLUFF, CAROL J. — Reno, Nevada — Accounting
— Aggie Club.
CLUFF, DON B. — Reno, Nevada — Accounting.
COLES, BARBARA — Reno, Nevada — Political
Science — Pi Beta Phi; Student National Education
Association; Young Women's Christian Association;
Little Sisters of Minerva.
CONTON, DIANA — Reno, Nevada — English —
Gamma Phi Beta-President; Sagens; Cap and Scroll;
Homecoming Committee; Senate; Who's Who In
American Colleges And Universities; Homecoming
COOK, THOMAS E. — Northridge, California —
Physical Education — Block N-Vice President; Track;
COOK, THOMAS H. — Reno, Nevada — Pre-
Legal — Sigma Nu-Social Chairman; Blue Key; Cof-
fin and Keys-Secretary; University of Nevada Cadet
Officers Club; Artemisia-Business Manager; Who's
Who In American Colleges And Universities.
COUGHLAN, BARBARA — Reno, Nevada — Po-
litical Science — Pi Beta Phi, Phi Alpha Theta; New-
man Club; CCUN.
COUGHLAN, MARGARET — Reno, Nevada —
Sociology — Pi Beta Phi; Newman Club.
CROWELL, JAMES E. — Belmont, California —
Metalurgical Engineering — AIME; ASM.
CUTLER, DAVE P. — Valle]o, California — Zoolo-
gy and Pre-Dental — Sigma Nu.
D AILEY, BARBARA E. — Sparks, Nevada — Chem-
istry — Sigma Sigma Kappa, Chemistry Club.
DALTON, DON — Sacramento, California — Eco-
nomics — Sigma Nu; Blue Key.
DANDOIS, WALTER F.— Reno, Ne-uada— Physics.
DANGBERG, DENISE — Gardnerville, Nevada —
Elementary Education — Delta Delta Delta-Marshall;
Student National Education Association; ACEI; His-
torian of USUN; Newman Club.
DATE, JEANETTE K. — Reno, Nevada — Account-
ing — Phi Chi.
DIELEMAN, ROGER J. — Boulder City, Nevada —
DONATHAN, DALE — Reno, Nevada — History
— Lambda Chi Alpha; CCUN-President; Young Dem-
ocrats-Treasurer; Phi Alpha Theta; Campus Chris-
tian Association; Who's Who In American Colleges
DOYLE, DILYS — Susanville, California — Elemen-
tary Education — Delta Delta Delta-Vice President;
ASUN Public Relations Board; Ten Best-Dressed
Coeds; Artemisia Staff; Ski Club; Student National
Education Association; ACEI; Winter Carnival Com-
DOYLE, JOHN M. — Reno, Nevada — Political
Science — Blue Key; Senior Class Committee; Men's
Upper-Class Committee; Sundowners-President.
EINEICHER, DONALD E. — Rancho Cordove,
California — Electrical Engineering.
ESCOBEDO, RAY A. — Windsor, California —
Electrical Engineering — Ski Club; AIEE.
FABBI, BRENT P. — Las Vegas, Nevada — Mining
Engineering — Sigma Nu; AIME.
FAGG, REEVE T. — Golconda, Nevada — Electri-
cal Engineering — AIEE.
PARK, ARLEN C. — Wichita, Kansas — Education
— Student National Education Association; Sym-
phonic Choir; University Singers.
FARNSWORTH, GAY L. — Reno, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education; Phi Kappa Phi; Student National
Education Association; ACEI-President.
FELL, HENRIETTE H. — Reno, Nevada — French.
FENILI, DORIS — Smith Valley, Nevada — Physi-
cal Education — White Pine Association-President;
Cap and Scroll; Sagens-President; PEM's-Vice Presi-
dent; Women's Recreation Association.
FIRPO, JOHN F. — Truckee, California — Journal-
ism — Lambda Chi Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi; Student
Directory Editor; Sagebrush staff.
FITZGERALD, RAYMOND M. — San Carlos, Cal-
ifornia — Geological Engineering — AIME-President;
"Mackay Miner" staff.
FOROOTAN, IRADJ — Isfahan, Iran — Mining
Engineering — CCUN; AIME; Track.
FRUGOLI, MARIO — Sparks, Nevada — Account^
ing — University of Nevada Cadet Officers Club.
GALLAGHER, RONALD W. — Virginia City, Ne-
vada — History.
GANSBERG, JOAN E. — Gardnerville, Nevada —
English — Delta Delta Delta — Corresponding SecrC'
tary; ASUN Historian; Who's Who In American CoL
leges and Universities; Mackay Day Committee; Sag-
ens — Vice President; Women's Recreation Associa-
tion — Treasurer; Student National Education As-
sociation; Aggie Club — Secretary; Rodeo Club —
Reporter; Gamma Delta — Program Chairman; Arte-
misia — Manzanita Association; New Residence Hall
Association; Mackay Day Queen Candidate.
GARDELLA, WILLIAM — Reno, Nevada — Math.
GAUMER, JAMES A. — Red Bluff, California —
Civil Engineering — Sigma Alpha Epsilon; University
of Nevada Cadet Officers Club; Sigma Tau; American
Society of Civil Engineering.
CENTNER, VIRGIL R. — Las Vegas, Nevada —
Electrical Engineering — Sigma Tau — Treasurer;
IEEE — Publicity Manager.
GEROW, LYNN B. — Reno, Nevada — Zoology —
Sigma Nu — Senator, Rush Chairman, Pledge Trainer;
Blue Key — Vice President, Corresponding Secretary;
Coffin and Keys — Secretary, Treasurer, Vice Presi-
dent, President; Alpha Epsilon Delta — Vice Presi-
dent; Sagers; Artemisia — Business Manager; ASUN
Publications Board; Mackay Day Committee; Home-
coming Chairman; Who's Who In American Colleges
GOODMAN, LEROY — Virginia City, Nevada —
History — Lambda Chi Alpha.
GOTCHY, LANCE D. — Reno, Nevada — Business
Management — Sigma Nu; Ski Team.
GRISHAM, L. — Reno, Nevada — Chemistry
GRIST, WAYNE L. — Sacramento, California —
Civil Engineering — American Society of Civil En-
gineering; Alpha Gamma Sigma.
GWYN, RICHARD — Sonoma, California — Busi-
ness — Phi Sigma Kappa — President, Treasurer;
Interfraternity Council Rush Chairman; Sagers; UN-
COC; Mackay Day Committee; Military Ball Com-
mittee; Freshman and Sophomore Class Committees.
HALLEY, MICHAEL K. — Reno, Nevada — Eco-
nomics — Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Blue Key; Mackay
Day Committee; Winter Carnival Committee; Student
HARWOOD, SHARON M. — Reno, Nevada — El-
ementary Education — Delta Delta Delta — Secretary,
Assistant Rush Chairman; Sagens; Artemisia staff;
Sophomore Class Committee; Senior Class Committee;
Mackay Day Committee; Student National Education
HATHAWAY, JERRY D. — Las Vegas, Nevada —
Economics and Finance — Delta Sigma Pi.
HENDERSON, HAYDEN — Elko, Nevada — Pre-
Legal — Sigma Nu; Block N — President; Golf Team;
Young Republicans — President.
HENNESSEY, EDWARD — Santos, Brazil — Psy-
chology; Phi Sigma Kappa.
HER WIT, HAL — June Lake, California — Elemen-
tary Education — Lambda Chi Alpha.
HIBDON, Roy — Lompos, California — Civil En- I
gineering — Theta Chi — President, Housemanager,
American Society of Civil Engineering — Sophomore
HILL, MARGARET — Winnemucca, Nevada — ;|
HNAT, JOSEPH — Wellington, New Jersey — Edu-
HOFFMAN, RICHARD — Reno, Nevada — Chem-
istry — Lambda Chi Alpha — UCLA University
Prep Executive Chairman, Spring Sing Executive
Committee. Junior Prom Executive Committee, Greek
Week Council. Long Beach State: 49er Day Executive
Committee, Junior Class Council. Nevada: Homecom-
ing Committee, Winter Carnival Committee.
HOW, SHIRLEY B. — Las Vegas, Nevada — Psy-
chology — Psychology Club.
HULL, WARREN E. — Ely, Nevada — Accounting
— Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi.
HUNTER, ROBERT L. — Reno, Nevada — Business
Administration — Varsity Football.
JACKSON, ANDREW C. — Reno, Nevada —
Mechanical Engineering — Alpha Tau Omega; Amer-
ican Society of Mechanical Engineering — President.
JACOX, LAWRENCE E. — Reno, Nevada — Art.
JOHNSON, BRUCE R. — Reno, Nevada — Mining
Engineering — AIME.
JOHNSON, STEWART E. — Hawthorne, Nevada
— Physical Education — Block N; Sagers; Varsity
JONES, ALFRED T. — Reno, Nevada — Civil En-
gineering — Sigma Phi Epsilon — Vice President;
Vagabond Touring Association; Sigma Tau; Ameri-
can Society of Civil Engineering.
JONES, BETTY A. — Las Vegas, Nevada — English.
KANIKA, KRISHAN C. — Punjab, India — Engi-
KERR, KITTIE C. — San Mateo, California — Jour-
nalism — Kappa Alpha Theta.
KETRON, DOUGLAS — San Anselmo, California
— Mining Engineering — Sigma Nu; Sigma Tau; Cof-
fin and Keys; Student Union Board; AIME — Secre-
tary; Block N — President; Varsity Track.
KLASSEN, JANE D. — Gardnerville, Nevada —
English — Manzanita — Artemisia Association; White
Pine Hall — Secretary; Gamma Delta; Women's Re-
KLENAKIS, ANTHONY E. — Agawam, Massachu-
setts — Physical Education — Block N; Varsity Foot-
ball and Baseball.
KNOBBS, LINDA — Las Vegas, Nevada — Elemen-
tary Education — Delta Delta Delta — President;
Sagens; Junior, Senior Class Committees; Winter Car-
nival Committee; Student National Education As-
sociation; Homecoming Queen Attendant.
KOLLODGE, WAYNE — Hawthorne, Nevada —
Economics — Alpha Tau Omega; University of Ne-
vada Cadet Officer's Club — President; Distinguished
Military Student; Sagers.
KRUGER, PENELOPE E. — Henderson, Nevada —
English — Sagens; Manzanita Hall Association.
LAIRD, WARREN C. — Lakeview, Oregon — Agri-
culture Education — Phi Kappa Tau; Aggie Club —
President; Alpha Zeta; Ski Club.
LAMBERT, HARVEY W. — Juneau, Alaska — Phi-
losophy — Theta Chi — Vice-President; Chess Club
— President; Philosophy Club — President; Univer-
sity of Nevada Cadet Officer's Club; Interfraternity
LANE, EUGENE B. — Reno, Nevada — Pre-Medical
— Sigma Nu.
LEWIS, ANNETT L. — Yerington, Nevada — Eng-
lish — White Pine Hall Association; Artemisia —
Manzanita Hall Association — Treasurer; Women's
Recreational Association; English Club; Aggie Club.
LINN, BOB C. — Las Vegas, Nevada — Mathema-
LIPPINCOTT, DAVID V. — Carson City, Nevada
— Real Estate — Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma.
LITTLEPAGE, JAMES L. — Oroville, California —
Electrical Engineering — IEEE.
LOFTIN, KAREN M. — Sparks, Nevada — Real
MACKEDON, MICHAEL — Fallon, Nevada — Pre-
Legal — Alpha Tau Omega; ASUN President; Blue
Key; Coffin and Keys.
Mackenzie, Andrew — Yerington, Nevada —
Pre-Legal — Alpha Tau Omega — President; Blue
Key; Junior Class President; University of Nevada
Cadet Officer's Club; Cofi^in and Keys; ROTC Cadet
Colonel; Sundowners; Interfraternity Council; Who's
Who In American Colleges and Universities.
MADAGARAN, GILBERT F. — Reno, Nevada —
Real Estate — Phi Sigma Kappa — Secretary.
MAINE, MARY H. — Reno, Nevada — English —
Delta Delta Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Ski Club; Student
National Education Association; English Club.
MATTHEWS, DAN H. — Boise, Idaho — Metal-
lurgical Engineering — Sigma Alpha Epsilon — House
MATTHEWS, JAMES R. — Vallejo, California —
Geology — Phi Kappa Phi; AIME — Secretary.
MATTICE, GARY — Yerington, Nevada — Physical
McCABE, PATRICIA — Reno, Nevada — Office
Administration — Delta Delta Delta.
McGREEVEY, KEVIN B. — Reno, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education — National Education Associa-
tion; Phi Kappa Phi; ACEI.
McGUIRE, ELIZABETH A. — Fair Oaks, California
— Elementary Education — Pi Beta Phi.
McHUGHES, ROLLAND — Reno, Nevada — Busi-
ness Administration — Delta Sigma Pi — President.
McLEAD, JO ANN P. — Reno, Nevada — Elemen-
tary Education — Delta Delta Delta; Newman Club;
Songleader; University Singers.
McLELLAND, DOUGLAS — Ukiah, California —
Geological Engineering — Lambda Chi Alpha.
McMANUS, DIANE R. — Las Vegas, Nevada —
Home Economics Education — Kappa Alpha Theta;
Newman Club; Eta Epsilon; Kappa Alpha Theta —
Social Chairman, Philanthropy Chairman, Wolves
Frolic Chairman; Rallies and Assemblies Committee;
Junior Class Committee.
MILLER ANN S.
Reno, Nevada — Elementary
MILLER, LARRY R. — Vallon, Nevada — Pre^Vet-
MINDLING, ANTHONY L. — Novato, California
— Geological Engineering.
MOLINI, CECELIA — Reno, Nevada — Speech
Therapy — Sagens; AWS President; AWS Council
and Judiciary Board; CCUN — President; WRA —
President, Vice-President; Cap and Scroll; Theta Chi
Dream Girl; Senate; Student Affairs Committee; Stu-
dent Union Awards Committee; Who's Who In
American Colleges and Universities; Member of 10
Outstanding Senior Women.
MOLLETT, MYRALYNE — Reno, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education — Delta Delta Delta; Student Na-
tional Education Association; Songleader; Spurs.
MONTROSE, HUGH — lovelock, Nevada — Civil
Engineering — Alpha Tau Omega; American Society
of Civil Engineering.
MOORE, LONNIE D. — Fallon, Nevada — Physical
Education — Varsity Basketball, University Singers.
MURPHY, DONAL RUTH — Reno, Nevada —
Journalism — Kappa Alpha Theta — Corresponding
Secretary; Press Club; Winter Carnival Committee;
Artemisia staff — Assistant Editor; Greek Editor;
MURPHY, ELLEN A. — Reno, Nevada — English
Pi Beta Phi — President, Treasurer; Panhellenic
Council; Pages; Sagens; Cap and Scroll; Phi Kappa
Phi; Senate; AWS Representative; Symphonic Choir;
German Club; Who' Who In American Colleges and
NAGEL, RONALD — Reno, Nevada — Agricultural
Education — Alpha Tau Omega; Alpha Zeta; Aggie
NEARY, EDWARD — Santa Barbara, California —
Civil Engineering — American Society of Civil En-
gineering — President.
NELSON, JO ANNE — Fallon, Nevada — Home
Economics Foods and Nutrition — Kappa Alpha
Theta — Songleader; Treasurer; Eta Epsilon; Cap and
Scroll; Sagens; Pages; Mackay Day Committee; Wes-
ley; Artemisia staff — Editor, Classes; Publications
NELSON, PAUL — San Francisco, California —
Electrical Engineering — Sigma Nu — Assistant
Scholarship Chairman; IEEE.
NICHOLS, JEAN Sparks, Nevada — Education —
Kappa Alpha Theta — Standards Chairman; Sagens;
NICKSON, MARIAN — Elko, Nevada — History.
NEILSON, SALLY — Sparks, Nevada — Elementary
Education — Delta Delta Delta; Student National
Education Association; ACEI Young Women's Chris-
NUNGESSER, DIANE — San Gabriel, California —
Psychology Gamma Phi Beta — Second Vice-Presi-
dent, Social Chairman; Senate; Homecoming Princess;
Flag twirler; Sagebrush staff.
PADAM, SARUP SINGH.
PALZIS, JANIS — Napa, California — Physical Edu-
cation — Pi Beta Phi — Sagens; PEMS; SONG
Team; Wolves Frolic.
PARISH, NOEL — Lodi, California — Agricultural
PARK, BRUCE — Gardnerville, Nevada — Agri-
cultural Business; Alpha Tau Omega — Treasurer;
Aggie Club; CCUN.
PATRICK, MIMI — Reno, Nevada — French — Pi
Beta Phi; Cap and Scroll; Spurs; Sagens; Who's Who
In American Colleges and Universities; ASUN Second
PEARCE, LINDA — Reno, Nevada — Education —
Gamma Phi Beta; Sagens.
PEDERSEN, ROBERT V. — Bow, Washington —
Agriculture — Alpha Zeta, Varsity Football and
PEDERSEN, SARAH A. — Moapa Valley, Nevada
— Education — Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Kappa Phi.
PEROZZI, MARILYN K. — Reno, Nevada — Ger-
man — Delta Delta Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; AWS Vice
President; Cap and Scroll; Sagens.
PETERSEN, MARILYN K. — Reno, Nevada —
Speech and Drama — Kappa Alpha Theta; Winter
Carnival Secretary; Cheerleader; Mackay Day Queen
PFEIFFER, WALTER — Sacramento, California —
Civil Engineering; American Society of Civil Engineer-
ing — Secretary; Basketball.
PINCOLINI, BEVERLY — Reno, Nevada — English
— Pi Beta Phi; Panhellenic Council.
POGGIONE, P. DANIEL — Reno, Nevada — Busi-
ness Education — Varsity Baseball and Riflery.
PRINCE, KAROLYN M. — Reno, Nevada — His-
tory — Mackay Day Queen Candidate.
PRITCHARD, JOANNE M. — Fallon, Nevada, —
Home Economics Education — Eta Epsilon; Spurs;
Little Sisters of Minerva; Wesley; AWS Council;
PRITCHARD, JANICE K. — Fallon, Nevada —
Nursing — Spurs; Student Nurses Association — Vice
RAFFETTO, ANN — Sparks, Nevada — Chemistry
— Sagens; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Sigma Kappa.
RAINS, JOftN W. — Wheatland, California —
Mining Engineering — AIME.
SEELIGER, TOM — Carson City, Nevada — Busi-
ness Administration — ASUN First Vice-President,
Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President — Blue Key —
Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities
SEKLON, JASJIT SINGH — Punjab, India — Me-
SETTY, KARMEN — Fallon, Nevada — Home Eco-
nomics — Eta Epsilon — Artemisia — Manzanita
SLEDGE, JESSICA — Las Vegas, Nevada — Political
Science — Young Democrats — Nevada Southern,
Yearbook Editor, AWS President — CCUN.
SMITH, LARY — Medford, Oregon — Mathematics
— Track — University Singers.
SODERSTROM, DEAN — Smith, Nevada — Metal-
lurgical Engineering — Lambda Chi Alpha.
STETSON, EDITH — Reno, Nevada — German —
Phi Kappa Phi — Phi Alpha Theta — German Club
STORNETTA, LEWIS —Minden, Nevada — Me-
chanical Engineering — ASME,
SVENSSON, STUART — Carson City, Nevada —
History — Delta Upsilon; Phi Alpha Theta.
THOMAS, CHARLES — Sonoma, California —
Journalism — Sigma Phi Epsilon — Sigma Delta Chi,
President — Yell Leader; Ski Club; Sagers.
THOMPSON, CALVIN — Yerington, Nevada —
Electrical Engineering — IEEE — Vice-Chairman;
Sigma Tau; Pi Mu Epsilon.
RICE, GEORGE ANN — Las Vegas, Nevada —
Business Education — Phi Kappa Phi; Women's Re-
creation Association; Student National Education As-
ROCKWELL, NORMAN M. — Elko, Nevada —
Civil Engineering — American Society of Civil En-
gineering; Sigma Tau; Aggie Club.
RONSHEIMER, WARREN — Reno, Ne<uada — Elec-
RUPLEY, CHARLESE A. — Reno, Nevada — Ele-
mentary Education — Gamma Phi Beta.
SACCHINI, LEROY — Yerington, Nevada — Physi-
SADLER, JEANNE — Eureka, Nevada — Math
Education — Pi Beta Phi; Cap and Scroll; Sagens; Phi
Kappa Phi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Alpha Theta, Student
Judicial Council; Senate; Student National Education
Association — President; WRA — Secretary; Spurs;
Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities.
SANDHU, SUNJET — Amnitsar, E. Panjab, India
— Mechanical Engineering.
SANKOVICH, JOHN — McGill, Nevada — Ac-
SHULTZ, JERRY — Redwood City, California —
Management — Lambda Chi Alpha — Varsity Bas-
ketball, Baseball; Sagebrush; Sigma Delta Chi.
TIDD, MIKELL — Ukiah, California — Music —
University Singers; University Symphony; Student
TORNEO, ELAINE P. — Virginia City, Nevada —
Elementary Education; Student National Education
TREASE, ROBERTA O. — Fallon, Nevada — Ac-
TRELEASE, RICHARD N. — Boulder City, Nevada
— Biology — Delta Nu Alpha — Secretary Treasurer;
VASSDAL, THOMAS O. — Reno, Nevada
— American Craftsmen's Union.
VAUGHAN, JUDY S. — Reno, Nevada — Elemen-
tary Education — Delta Delta Delta — Recommen-
dations Chairman; Phi Alpha Theta; Student National
Education Association; Who's Who In American Col-
leges and Universities; Co-Editor of Wolf Tips; Arte-
WALTERS, PENNY L. — Reno, Nevada — Art.
WATKINS, TODDY — Bishop, California — Jour-
nalism — Gamma Phi Beta; Sagebrush — Editor,
Business Manager; Sagens; Cap and Scroll; Little
Sisters of Minerva; Young Republicans; Realist Al-
liance; AWS Council; AWS Judiciary Board; Publica-
WEISHAUPT, ROBERT M. — Fallon, Nevada —
Civil Engineering — Alpha Tau Omega; American
Society of Civil Engineering.
WESTALL, ALFRED H. — Sparks, Nevada — Civil
Engineering — American Society of Civil Engineering.
WHELAN, BETTE T. — San Francisco, California
— Art — Delta Delta Delta.
WHITE, PATRICIA A, — Ely, Nei^ada — Journalism
— Pi Beta Phi; Student Judicial Council — Chief
Justice; Press Club — President; Sophomore Class
Committee; AWS Secretary; Who's Who In Amer-
ican Colleges and Universities.
Carson City, Nevada — Soil
WILSON, ALLEN R. — Westwood, California —
Electrical Engineering — IEEE — Treasurer; Sigma
WILTON, JUDY — San ]uan, California — English
— Band; Tau Beta Sigma.
WINN, JOHN — Ely, Nevada — Biology.
WON, KAYE J. — Stockton, California — Geo-
graphy — Block N — Secretary — Treasurer; CCUN;
Young Democrats; Varsity Tennis; Marching Band.
WOOD, ROBERT J. — Reno, Nevada — Electrical
Engineering — Alpha Tau Omega; IEEE; Sigma Tau
WRIGHT, GARY L. — Sparks, Nevada — Chem-
istry — Sigma Nu; American Chemical Society.
YATES, GUY — Carson City, Nevada — Economics
— Alpha Tau Omega.
YATES, SUSAN N. — Bakersfield, California —
Elementary Education — Delta Delta Delta; ACEI;
Student National Education Association; Pages —
Treasurer; PEM's Treasurer; WRA; Junior Class
YOUNG, LINDA — Las Vegas, Nevada — Jour-
nalism — Kappa Alpha Theta — President, Rush
Chairman; Women's Senator at Large; Publications
Board; Finance Control Board; Sagens; Cap and Scroll
— Secretary; Outstanding Greek Woman; Panhellenic
YPARRAGUIRRE, FAY — Gardnerville, Nevada —
Home Economics Education — Kappa Alpha Theta
— Rush Chairman, Housemanager; Eta Epsilon —
President; Sagens — Secretary — Treasurer; Cap and
Scroll; AWS Council and Judiciary Board; WRA;
ZIMMERMAN, LEE ANN — Reno, Nevada — Eng-
lish — Kappa Alpha Theta — Secretary; Wolves'
Frolic Chairman; University Singers; Winter Carnival
Committee; Ski Club; Ten Best Dressed Coeds Finalist;
Student Union Lectures Board; Captain — Girl's Ski
Aalbu, Janice - 92
Abbott, William 109
Abbott, Stephen - - 60, 109
Abel, William .-.. 160
Acheson, James 42, 110, 138, 156, 222, 258
Adams, Caryl Elizabeth — 42
Adams, Marcia ..— 126
Adams, Robert 60
Aguilar, Lynn 98, 135
Ahlberg, Claudine -. 50
Ahlberg, Richard ..-.- 164
Aia-ri, Gail __ - 96
Alberti, Nancy 50
Albiston, Sandra 122
Aldave, Ralph -.. 28, 222
Al-Shuraidah, Zaid 60
Allen, Forest Lynn 60, 96
Alverson, Bruce 210, 213
Alvarez, Joseph (Jose) 42, 112, 154, 155, 168, 273
Alward, Robert 110
Anderson, Bernard 173
Anderson, Carole 50, 126
Anderson, Leola 42, 98
Anderson, Mary 60, 92
Andreason, Thomas 193
Andreotti, Larry 60, 117
Andrews, Richard 60, 110
Archuleta, Fran 106
Armbruster, Carol 33, 60, 102
Armstrong, Judith (Frog) 83, 98
Armstrong, Lester 136, 164
Armstrong, Robert 42, 116
Armuth, Richard (Moose) 32, 106
Arnold, Patricia 42, 122
Arp, Fredric 186
Ashworth, John 60
Assuras, James 163
Augustine, Daniel 42
Avilla, Robert 60, 112, 140
Backus, Robert 32,84, 139
Baker, James 60, 112, 186
Bakerink, Judith 60, 122
Balducci, Christiane 96
Ball, John 277
Bankofier, Lola 63, 102
Banta, Donald 106,210,211
Banta, Ronald 42, 106, 136,210,212
Baratte, James 33, 50, 110, 180, 184, 186
Barber, William 180, 183, 185
Barengo, Barbara 27
Barnard, Lucy 98
Barnard, Mary 24, 33, 50, 92, 273
Barney, John 157
Barrail, Robert 60, 157
Barrett, Margaret 50, 92
Barrett, Sharon 60, 126
Barry, Ann 122
Barry, Susan 42, 60, 126
Barry, Woodson Lee 106
Bartlett, Marco 122, 169
Batchelder, Charles 165
Bath, Virginia 102, 171
Bath, Ronald 60, 140.210
Battcher, Mary 60, 92
Battin, Alexandra 92
Bauer, John 116
Bean, Christopher 50, 120
Beaubien, Ronald 60, 116, 186
Bechtold, Paulette 60, 102
Beeghly, Fianna Sue 23, 42, 98, 222
Beesley, Barbara 50, 98, 222, 277
Belden, Kenneth 117
Bell, Connie 50, 141
Bell, Jackie 42, 126,
BeLoso, Frances 98
Bellamore, Susan 12, 18, 44
Bellamore, Nancy 12, 18, 44
Benesch, Jim 153
Benge, Ellen (Rosemann) 24, 48, 94, 115, 135, 147, 258
Bennett, Darrell 162
Bennett, James 109
Bennett, Richard G 60, 112
Bennett, Richard L 50,116
Benson, Jon 154
Bergam, Roger 42
Berger, Judith 42, 92
Bergevin, Linda 126
Bergin, Kathleen 42, 98
Bergman, Steven 163, 164
Bernard, Marcia 42, 102
Bernard, Patricia 60, 102
Bernardi, James 32,42, 110
Berry, Eixi 170
Bettis, Larry 60, 212
Beyer, Dorothea Diann 42, 102, 115
Bianchi, David 42
Biggs, Londa 60, 92
Bigiin, Constance 50, 102
Bikker, Darken 60, 122
Bishop, Richard 170
Black, Jill 29
Black, Judy 42,69, 135, 169
Blair, Aurelia 60, 122
Blair, Robert 138, 117,222
Blakely, Michael 42, 117, 136, 138
Blankenburg, Carol 60, 102
Bloomfield, Nancy Lee 60, 72, 102
Boegle, Dale 160
Boero, Mark 60, 116
Bogue, Charles 60, 117
Bone, Karen 126
Borda, Yvette Marianne 102, 115
Borer, Linda 92
Borla, Edward 180, 184, 186
Bossieux, Carlton 193, 210,213
Bost, Bettina 50, 122
Botsford, Harry 164
Bott, Jill 126
Bottomley, Barbara 50, 122
Bowers, Christina 60, 98
Bowman, Gordon 42, 164
Bowman, Thomas 50, 122
Boyd, Garry 50
Bradbury, Karen 50
Branch, Karyn 24, 50, 102
Branche, Betty Jean 60
Brandon, Rodney 43, 109
Brann, Judith 43, 92
Brannen, Barbara 102, 115
Bransfield, Pat 153
Braten, Skip 50
Bratten, Toni 60, 122
Bratten, Shenill 171
Braunschweig, Robert 106, 275
Breckenridge, Karl 117
Breen, Gwendolyn Ann 50, 98
Brendlen, Tod 43, 112
Brinton, Robert B 51
Broili, Robert 156
Bromley, John 43, 120, 168
Bronson, James 117, 139, 180, 181
Brooks, Roberta 51
Broten, Art (Skip) 112,140
Brown, Gwenith 60
Brown, James 55
Brown, Karen 55
Brown, Laura 60, 122
Brown, Nancy 92
Brown, Robert 60, 112
Brown, Sarah 60
Brown, Steven _ 61, 117, 140
Brown, Walter 60
Browne, Frederick 120
Bruckner, Douglas 55, 153, 154, 155
Bryan, Paul 61, 106, 140
Bryant, Karin 27, 126
Buccalari, Ann 173
Buchanan, James 25, 54, 84, 109, 136, 138, 154, 168
Buehler, Norris 61, 102
Bundy, Leon 156
Burgarello, Waune 43
Burge, Diane 51, 92
Burke, Judith 61
Burke, Randy 112
Burkham, Dawna 60, 96
Burnell, Guy ..61, 110
Burns, Patrick 61, 106
Burns, Thomas 106, 139,273
Burr, Charles 33, 50, 106, 222, 273
Burr, Jacqueline 122, 143
Burr, Joyce 43, 126
Burt, Barbara 61, 126
Burt, Glen 116
Busch, Gary 180, 183
Bush, Stanley 163, 164
Buss, Dolores 55, 98
Bybee, Shannon L 51
Byron, William 51, 59
Cademartori, Carolyn 50, 92
Campbell, Calvin 180, 181, 185
Campbell, Diane 43
Canepa, Gene 117
Cantlon, Anne 98
Capurro, Robert 117
Carlson, Cynthia 153
Carlson, Karen 51, 96, 141
Carter, Jay 180, 181, 238
Carver, William 110, 164
Casanes, Bias 43
Casazza, Sharon 61, 96
Casci, Gloria 43, 134, 158
Case, Thomas 117,222
Casey, Mitchell 164, 275
Casey, William 106
Cathles, Sheridan 51, 122
Catledge, Kenneth 51
Cavanaugh, Coreen Sue 43, 98
Cavanaugh, John 138
Cawiezell, James 139
Ceccarelli, Patricia 61, 92
Chadwell, Gail 156
Chaffin, William 61, 117, 140
Chambers, Audrey 51, 140, 117
Chambers, Linda Lee : 96, 153, 169, 276
Chapman, Peter 157
Charbonneau, Judy 51, 102
Charley, Evans 106
Cheever, John 171
Cheever, Robert 171
Cheng, Fu Sheng 170
Chiatovich, Jaculine 32,43,96, 161,276
Chinn, Alexander 149
Chirwa, Sheridan 61, 156
Choy, Phyllis 43
Choy, Priscilla 61
Christopher, Michael 180, 183
Ciarlantini, Angela 51, 126
Cilweck, Blase A 163
Clayton, Kenneth 25, 83, 110, 138, 163, 222
Cleone, Bonnie 122
Coates, Ward 116
Cobb, Joyce 126
Cobb, Patricia 61
Colbert, John 270
Coles, Barbara 103, 115
Colgan, Jim 162
Collar, Donald 117,210,211
Collier, Gary 61, 120
Collins, Roberta 61, 92
Coluse, Clifford 112
Conklin, Thomas 61, 117
Conton, Diana 82, 87, 96, 135, 222
Conton, Suee 61, 96
Converse, William 112
Conway, John 210, 273
Cook, Emily 51, 98
Cook, Thomas E. 160
Cook, Thomas H 84, 117, 136, 138, 180, 183
Cooper, Kristen 61, 98
Copenhaver, William 43
Corn, Gordon 110, 238
Cornwall, Roger 61, 110,258
Cory, John 163
Gotten, Welborne (Bernie) 139, 180, 182
Couch, John 43, 163, 164
Coughlan, Barbara 102
Coultas, James 112
Coughlan, Margaret 103
Converston, Sandra 51, 126, 151
Cozart, William 51, 106
Craigmiles, Allen 112
Craven, Sue 61, 103
Crawford, Richard 106
Crews, Susan 61, 122
Crook, Joyce 61, 122
Crossett, Judith 61, 103
Crudgington, Cleveland 110
Crutchett, Chantal (Tala) 33,61,72,96
Culbert, Harry 110, 273
Culbert, Jon 110, 277
Culley, Richard 160
Currie, Peggy 61
Curry, Joseph 51
Curtaz, William 57, 110, 140
Cutler, David 117
Dabney, Virginius (Jinx) 51, 140
Dallas, Donald 106
Dalimore, Fred 210
Dalton, Donald 117, 138
Dangberg, Denise 92
Daniel, 24, 61, 210
Daniel, William 180, 181, 185
Darrah, Robert 51, 117
Datson, Sonya 43
Davey, Leslie 120
Davies, John 43, 117
Davis, Eric 51, 117, 140, 238, 270
Davis, Diane 158
Davis, Stanley 106
Dearrieta, Joe 188
Decker, David 193
DeLong, Jean 61, 122, 160
Delturco, Raymond 180
Denny, Joanne 64, 103, 151
DeSantis, Andrea 51, 141
DeVincenzi, Karry 24,61, 103, 151
Devor, Mary 61, 103
Dickens, Daniel 51
Dickens, Kenneth 61
Dickerson, Denver 112, 140
Dickover, James 106
Dillon, Michael 110
Dimercurio, Norine 61, 103
Dinan, Patricia 43, 122
Disanza, Michael 52, 165
DiuUo, Robert _ 186
Dodgion, Lewis 210, 211
Dolan, John ..._ 139, 188
Dolan, Michael _ 186
Dollinger, Terrency 61,112, 141
Domenici, Sharon 24, 273
Donathan, Carol Dale 81, 110, 156, 167
Doughty, Larry 139
Douglas, Andrea 61, 122
Doutre, Willard 61
Doyle, Dilys 92
Doyle, John 138, 139
Doyle, Kenneth 117, 139
Drake, Charles 61, 106
Drake, Donald 61
Drummond, Muree 126
DuBois, Janet 61, 98, 277
Duck, Elmer 180, 183
Duffield, John 149
Duffy, Diane (Dee) 61, 72, 126
Dukes, Claudia 43, 93
Dulgar, Thomas 160
Dumbauld, John 52, 112
Dumble, William 164
Duncan, Abrigah (Bige) 160
Dungan, Robert Vernon 44, 106
Dunning, Dolores 33, 52, 96, 153
Dunning, Meredith 61
Eaman, Nancy 52, 93
Eavenson, Ralph 153
Eastwood, Leslie 61, 103
Ebbert, Henry 184
Echave, John (Jock) 139, 180, 181
Echeverria, Benny 156, 222
Echeverria, Bobby 61
Eckley, Sarah 61
Ede, Prella 50, 96, 276
Edgington, Barbara 44
Edwards, Duncan 61, 112
Edwards, Harvey 52
Egbert, Carol 61, 126
Egenhoff, Frank 44, 118
Eisele, Volker 156
Ekker, Eloise 61
Elliott, James 110,222,238
Elliott, Jane 52, 103, 278
Ellis, Muriel 44, 155, 222, 103, 238, 273
Engelhard, Nancy 61, 99
Ennis, Marie 156
Enochson, Roy 52, 273
Erickson, Robert 110
Escobedo, Ray 164
Etchamendy, Peter Roy 52
Evans, James 210, 212
Ezell, Bob 180, 182, 185
Fabri, Karon 28, 33, 52, 99
Fagg, Reeve 164
Fagg, Terry 61
Fallini, Joseph 157
Fallon, Cheryl 52, 123
Farnesi, Dennis 52, 112, 140
Fee, Thomas 172
Feilback, Charles 188
Felesina, Larry 106, 186, 193
Fenili, Doris 87, 134, 135
Fenstermaker, Ruth 61, 160
Ferguson, Joseph 25, 44, 136, 109
Ferrier, Danette 52,96, 141,258
Fiore, Joseph 44
Fiore, Natale 186
Firpo, John ...52, 110, 154, 155, 168
Fisher, Vance 180, 183
Fleming, Stephen 162
Fletcher, Douglas 52, 118
Fletcher, Marilyn 126
Flournoy, John 110
Flynn, Patrick 44
Foley, Anne 61, 93
Foley, Susan 52, 93
Foltz, Larry 61
Ford, Margo 73
Fordham, John 52, 119
Fox, Flora 96
Franklin, Judith Jane 167, 276
Franklin, Nancy 24, 52, 99, 141
Franklin, Paul 180, 184
Franklin, Paul D 61
Frankovich, Marsha 24, 32, 44, 99
Eraser, Robert ..44, 164
Freeman, Joyce 61, 99, 152
Frehner, Kathleen 61, 126
Freitag, Paul 107
Friedhoff, Lynn 61, 93
Friedhoff, Ruth 24,52,93, 158
Frost, Virginia 52, 103,278
Fuetsch, Carol 33
Funk, David 52, 109
Frank, George 277
Fralich, Fred 44
Futaih, Abdul 157
Gabbard, Michael 44, 118
Gadda, Bonnie 123
Gale, Gretta (Toni) 61,103
Gallagher, Dorothy 44
Gang, Christine 61, 96
Gansberg, Joan 30,81,93, 135, 160
Garaventa, Barbara 61, 126
Gardella, Bruce 110
Gardella, L. Gene 110
Gardiner, David Allen 61, 118, 140
Garrison, Darrell Ray 109
Gascue, John Dominic 112, 161, 140
Gaumer, James Alfred 112, 163
Gaynor, John Simon 180, 184
Geary, Patrick James 110
Gehr, Denton Smith ..61
Gehr, Patsy 44
Centner, Virgil Richa 163, 164
Georgeson, William Ange 110
Gerow, Jr., Lynn Burde 82, 118
Gerstle, Mark Philip 171
Getchell, Leroy 61, 110
Geyer, Cynthia 103
Gezelin, Emile 44, 107
Gezelin, Mary 61, 99
Gilstrap, William 165
Glenn, Suzanne 30, 52, 70, 126
Glover, Joel 52, 113, 140, 180, 182, 210, 211
Goddard, Mary 61, 126
Goegg, Margaret 24,52,99, 141
Gold, Sharon 61, 99
Golden, Dennis 44, 111
Goodman, Delbert Ill
Goodrich, Karon 61, 96
Gotelli, Andrew 32,44, 113
Grant, Charles 113, 273
Graton, Catharine 61, 123
Grauvogel, Carl 53, 109
Green, Joy 61
Gregory, Gerald 53, 118, 140
Griffin, Cheryl 53, 99
Griffin, Michael ..53, 107, 188, 191,275
Griffin, Thomas (Tim) 107,139,222,273
Griffith, George ...- Ill
Groos, Trudy 53
Grossenbach, Judy 53, 93
Grundman, Donna 61, 123
Guffey, Jerome 53, 107
Guisti, Judith 61, 103
Gunn, Robert 61, 116
Gurneau, Jeanne 61, 126
GwiUiam, James 117
Gwyn, Richard 116, 137
Haag, Harriett 44, 123
Hackstaff, Tracey 61, 93
Haddock, Franklin Ill
Hadfield, Robert 53
Haenel, Rosemarie 24, 32, 44, 93, 156, 161
Haines, Susan 53, 123
Haines, David 180, 183
Hale, Robert 113
Haller, Terry 66, 123
Halley, Michael 113, 138
Halvorsen, Britta 61,93, 161
Hamilton, William 33,53, 160
Hammond, James 170
Hampton, David 53
Handlin, Ronald 116
Haney, Dennis 44, 113, 137
Hanifan, Philip 53, 107, 173
Hanker, Fred Ill
Hannifan, John 45
Hannon, Edward 186
Hansen, Julia 160
Hanson, Nellie 53, 93
Harcourt, Maxwell 45, 137, 163, 164
Hardgrave, Joann 45, 126
Hardin, Barbara 171
Harris, Jennifer 53, 123
Harris, Claude 165
Harrison, Dennis 61, 111
Harrison, Joan 45, 127
Hart, Patrick 210
Hartman, Donald 53, 186
Harvey, Thomas 53, 118
Harwood, Diane 62, 93
Harwood, Sharon (Sherry) 32, 93, 135
Hash, Yvette 156
Hauchett, Bryon 165
Havas, Claudette 62, 123
Havener, Maria 126, 162
Havens, Barbara 62
Hawkins, George 62
Hawley, Jerrold 153
Hay, Sandra 62, 103,278
Hayman, Margaret (Peggy) 24, 53, 70, 96, 276
Headley, Philip 53, 109
Heaney, Eric 113
Heath, Donald 45, 118, 137, 138
Hechtman, James 116
Hectman, Jim 270
Heigl, Cheryl 62
Heilmann, Paul 165
Heinen, Shirley 62, 93
Heller, Barbara 62, 123
Helming, William 160
Helsdon, Kathleen 53
Henderson, Victoria (Tori) 62, 277
Henderson, Hayden 199
Hennessey, Edward 116
Henrikson, Duncan 45, 113
Herb, Janet 53, 123
Hedan, Harold 62, 107
Herrin, Co-Jean 45, 123
Herron, Robert 180, 182
Herwit, Harold 111,277
Hesterlee, James 180, 184
Heward, Harlan 134, 180, 181, 190
Heward, Patricia 99
Hicks, Carolyn 62, 96
Hill, Gail 53, 127
Hill, Sharon 62
Hillygus, Wayne 62, 113
Hillygus, Lowell 188, 190
Hinkley, Pamily 32, 45, 123
Hodge, Lorey 62, 127
Hoffman, Richard 111,258
Holcomb, Jane 53, 92
Holland, Robert 180, 183
Hollis, Joe .45, 116, 138
HoUoway, Stephen 53, 118
Holmberg, Charles 62, 116, 140
Holmes, Joann 54, 127
Hoover, Barbara 54
Horgan, Thomas 113
Horlacher, Joyce 54
Horn, Robert D Ill
Hornbeck, David 54, 118
House, William 62, 107, 140
Howard, Leonard 107, 238
Howard, Robert 168
Howard, Shiriey Doris 45, 123, 135
Howell, Kathryn 54, 123
Hudson, Sandra 62, 127
Hueftle, Carole 45
Holze, Dick 170
Hunt, Dan 54
Hutchings, Lawrence 45, 111
IngersoU, Joseph 107, 193
Isbell, Karen 103
Ivey, Lee 62, 107
Jackson, Andrew 165
Jackson, Gregory 54
Jacobs, David 107
Jacobs, Gary M 62
Jacobs, Molly 33
Jacobsen, Karen 54
James, Donna 79
Jamison, Richard 62, 107
Jarvis, William 54
Jeffers, Raymond 45, 163
Jeffrey, Glenda 62, 127
Jennings, Swainia 62, 127
Jensen, Sharon 54, 123
Jensen, Yvonne 54, 127
Jensvold, Peter 3, 7, 42, 238
Jeppson, Judy 45, 96
Johnson, Brent 107, 139, 188, 191
Johnson, Chandler 54, 109
Johnson, Charles 54
Johnson, Deanna 63
Johnson, Ellen 54, 123
Johnson, Gene 63, 118
Johnson, Kim 160
Johnson, Chris 30, 54, 123
Johnson, Lynn 54, 93
Johnson, Margery 63, 123
Johnson, Marie 160
Johnson, Stewart 188, 190
Johnson, Warren Dale 62
Johnson, Wayne Thomas 54, 123
Johnson, WilHam ...- 113
Johnstone, Thomas - -.- 139
Jones, Betty 123
Jones, Casey 180, 184, 186
Jones, Donald -..- 163
Jones, Marilyn Mae 63, 124
Jones, Sharon .- 45
Junnila, Richard 118
Kahrs, Sara -..- 45, 127
Kalousek, Judi 54, 127
Kanika, Kris 165
Kannu, Kannu 173
Katzman, Jane 63, 124
Keele, Lymann 54
Kees, John Lawrence 54, 113, 140, 170, 238
Keiser, Gretchen 63, 99
Keith, Hugh -....- 120
Kelly, Thomas 160
Kelly, William 63
Kennedy, Richard 157
Kerr, Kittie 169
Kess, Arthur 54, 118, 140,222,279
Ketron, Douglas 27, 118,222
Kilfoil, Kay 161
Kiley, Charles 33
Killfoil, Michael 54, 107
Kim, Mahn Sup 156
Kinkor, James 45, 163
Kinne, Kirk 63, 107, 125
Kinney, Corolyn 54, 103
Kirchner, Lloyd 63
Kirkeeng, Melvin 54
Klenakis, Anthony 180, 181
Knapp, Richard 53, 111
Knight, Jon 46, 107
Knighten, Howard 46
Knobbs, Cathy 63, 93
Knobbs, Linda 92, 135
Knoll, Jack 162
Knowles, Duncan 169
Koizumi, Carol 170
Kollodge, Wayne 107, 137,210
Kotter, Marilyn 23,24,81,84,93, 135
Kruger, Penny 127, 135, 153
Kunimura, Patricia 156
Kwan, Peral Jean 55, 124
LaFond, JuHe 32, 46, 103, 162, 222, 238
LaFond, Mary 96
Laird, Cook 160
Lally, Dennis 63, HI, 277
Lambert, Harvey 120, 137
Lambert, Phillip 210, 211
Lane, Gene 118, 137
Lane, Jay 107
Lane, Michael 107, 188, 191
Lapworth, Brain 63, 111
Larcher, Veronica 63
Larsen, James 186
Larson, Linda 63, 127
Laux, Marty 127
Lawler, Sandra 63, 124
Lawson, Robert 113
Lawton, Chriss 118
Leary, JacqueHn 63, 127
LeBlanc, August 118
Lee, Keith 55, 107, 222
Lee, Ronald 64, 157
Leonard, Cheryl 63, 124
Levin, Penny 55, 124, 169
Lewis, Anne 46, 99
Lewis, Annett 124
Lewis, Margaret 63, 97
Lewis, Patricia 55,94, 141
Lim, Bac Ken 156
Littlepage, Lee 164
Lituania, Rosemary 33,55,71, 134, 158
Litzinger, Frederick 157, 173
Lloyd, David 279
Loflin, Carey 46
Lohse, Douglas 279
Lohse, William 27, 222
Lombardi, William 107
LoSasso, Harvey 113
Lott, Karen 55,99, 151
Loux, Martha 63
Love, Gary 55, 111
Loverin, Ronnie Jean 63, 94
Lundgren, George 165
Lundy, David 180, 183, 185
Luria, Bruce 63
MacGregor, EHzabeth 97
MacKedon, Michael 22, 25, 80, 107, 138, 222
MacKendon, Michelle 46, 99
MacKenzie, Andrew 83, 106, 137, 138,139, 222, 273
MacKenzie, Marylou 63, 99
MaClean, Anna 55, 127
Madsen, Marilyn 46, 99, 238
Madsen, Ralph (Wolpher) 113
Maher, Alfred 162
Maloney, William 173
Mandagaran, Gilbert 116
Mandell, David 55, 118
Mandell, Dennis 63, 119, 140, 186
Mangini, Judith 127
Manguso, Anthony 180, 182
Manke, John 270
Manke, Vernon 63, 120
Manning, Larry 63, 165
Maple, Marjorie 46, 127
Marcucci, Richard 55, 107
Marean, Marie 63
Marsh, Janeen 63
Marshall, Robert 170
Marston, Ted 113, 152, 222, 238, 258, 273
Martin, Donna ..68, 99, 146
Martin, Marjorie 46
Martin, Monte 46
Martin, Suzanne 63, 99
Martin, Toni 63, 72,94
Martini, Robert 63, 119
Martini, Sammy 55, 113
Maslach, Sylvia 63, 127
Massoth, Harry 55
Mast, Marshall 120
Mather, Stephen 165
Mathewson, James 113
Mathley, Judith 55, 103
Matson, Margaret 63, 124
Maupin, Michele 63, 100
Maupin, Michon 63, 100
Maxsom, Patricia 63, 94
Mayer, Janet 63, 104
Mayer, Joseph 55, 114
McCabe, Mary 55, 94, 276
McCabe, Patricia 94
McCollum, Bonnie 63
McCord, Jerry 46, 116
McCord, Mary 118
McDaniel, Patrick 55, 116
McDaniels, Alfred 180, 182
McDonald, Karen 15,63, 100,277
McDonald, Robert 63, 114
McGihon, Diane 46, 127
McGiU, Allan 63
McGinnis, Fred 165
McGue, Lyndell 46, 104
McGuire, Doris 46, 104
McHenry, Sharon 46, 100
McKaig, Kathy 63, 100, 151
McKinley, Molly 55, 124
McKinnon, Barry _ 46, 108, 139,210,211
McKinnon, Edwin 55, 119
McLeod, Joann 94
McManus, Diane 32, 100
McSweeney, John 180, 184
Meyer, Glenn 55
Miles, Richard 180, 182
Millard, Sharon _ 46, 124, 135
Miller, Ann Louise ._ 161
Miller, Barry Ill
Miller, Eleanor 24
Miller, Evelyn 63, 124
Miller, Kenneth 33, 116
Miller, Marilyn _ 55, 104
Minedew, David 46, 119, 138
Minister, Rose Ann 55, 127, 141
Minster, Sherwin 210, 211
Mirczak, John 119
Mitchell, Michael 120
Modzelewski, Joseph 47
Milini, Cecelia 23,80,87, 158
Monaghan, Alice Ann 32, 83, 99
Monroe, Lane 63, 119, 140
Montgomery, Napoleon 193, 210
Montrose, John 108
Montrose, Karl 108
Mooney, Marsha 63
Moore, Julie 104
Moore, Lawrence 193
Moore, Lonnie 188, 190
Morrison, Judith 55, 100, 141, 258
Mortensen, William 32, 139, 222
Moss, Sue 63
Muller, Joyce (Jodie) 28, 55, 104
Murdock, Katherine 63, 124
Murphy, Charles 28,63, 111
Murphy, Donal Ruth ....63, 100, 111, 150, 154, 155, 169, 258
Murphy, Ellen 81, 87, 102, 135, 222
Murphy, Robert 55, 108
Murray, Kate 55, 100, 115, 147, 141
Muth, Mary 277
Nagel, Ronald 108
Nannini, Julie 63
Natucci, Assunta (Susie) 63, 97, 276
Neff, Paul 56
Nelson, Barbara 63, 124
Nelson, Gary 64
Nelson, Joanne 25, 87, 100, 135, 150, 222
Nelson, Marjean 56
Nelson, Maureen 56
Newport, Sally 56
Newtonn, Elaine 127, 160, 164
Newton, Richard 47, 116
Nichols, Herbert 56, 119, 140, 150
Nichols, Jean 100, 135
Nielsen, Niel 53, 111, 140
Nielson, Sally 94
Norcott, Judith 56, 68, 94, 276
Nungesser, Diane 68, 97
Osks, Marcia 147
Oats, Robert 108
Obrien, Michael 173
O'Day, Jerry 56
O'Donnovan, Thomas 64, 150
O'Keefe, Joe 180, 184
Olsen, Charles (Bud) 27, 114
Olson, Richard 56, 111
Osbrone, John 56
Ossolinski, William 47, 180, 184
Overby, Pamela 64, 124
Overpeck, Jan 109
Owen, Lenore 64, 104
Owens, Patricia ....: 24,47, 127
Owens, Kathy Ann 64, 127
Owens, Susan 64
Owens, William 193
Packwood, Jan 119
Pagni, Jean 24, 56, 141
Palmer, William 56, 114
Palzis, Janis 104, 134, 135
Pandeyk, Prakash 56, 156
Parish, Barbara 64, 104
Parish, Douglas 47
Park, Kay 24,47, 109, 158
Park, Wallace 108
Parlette, Richard 56, 111
Parmenter, Mary 64, 124
Pasquale, Rena 56, 124
Patrick, Catherine (Mimi) .... 22, 24, 27, 80, 87, 104, 135, 222
Patrick, Nancy 64
Patterson, Marilyn 64, 124
Pearce, Linda 81,97, 115, 134, 135
Peck, Ronald 164
Peckardt, Karen 47, 100
Pedersen, Robert 180, 181, 185
Pedersen, Sarah 24, 126, 222
Peek, George ..56, 108
Peek, Ronald ...47, 108
Peraldo, Mario 56, 108
Perkins, Donna ....64, 124
Peroglio, Joseph 56
Perrozi, Marilyn 156
Pesant, Joan 47
Petersen, Marilyn 100
Peterson, Jo Ann 64, 127
Peterson, Judy 94
Peterson, Roger 164
Petrie, Jon 56, 119
Petty, Cherie 64, 94
Phillips, Blair 56, 109, 270
Phillips, James 64, 111
Phillips, John 40, 111
Phillips, Karen 56, 104
Phillips, Linda 24, 25, 47, 100, 220
Philpot, Richard 114
Pierotti, Johnny 173
Piller, Scott 64, 119, 186,279
Pincolini, Beverly 104
Pinion, Richard 180, 181, 185
Pitts, Janet 56,94, 141
Plath, Pamela 24, 57, 104, 141
Plenn, Patricia 51,68, 104, 141
Plummer, Julia 47, 124
Poggione, Peter 57
Pollard, William 47, 188, 190
Pond, John 57
Poole, Gray 150
Pope, Doris 64
Porter, Dan 114
Porter, Maxon 57
Porterfield, Roberta 128
Post, Wendy 57, 94
Powell, Lani 30,47, 128
Pozzi, Archie Bruce 154, 155
Priess, Diane 72
Prince, Carolyn 124
Pringle, David 64
Podgion, Lewis 165
Probert, C. 160
Purdy, Nora 57, 124
Purrell, James 64, 108
Quanchi, Judy 24, 47, 104, 238, 273
Quilici, Mose Lynn 186
Rackley, Ira 57
Raffetto, Ann - - 135
Rand, Gary -....- 57, 116
Ranney, Marylin 57,97, 141
Rawlins, Leona - - 57
Reed, Herbert Michael 64
Reed, Shirlee 64, 128
Reno, Joyce - 47, 97
Rentz, Wendy - - 47, 124
Renqick, John 180, 182
Reviglio, Thomas 108
Reynolds, Rober 114
Rhoades, Susan - 97
Rhodes, Janet 24, 125
Rice, Georgeann 125
Rich, Ellen 57, 125
Richards, Antoinette 57, 94
Richards, Cordelia 57, 125
Richards, James 25
Ridley, J 160
Ritchie, Jacqueline 94
Robards, Clyde 152, 180, 181
Robards, Ronald 57
Robb, Gary 64, 119
Robear, Linda 57, 128
Robens, Carolyn 64, 97
Robens, Marilyn 64, 97
Roberts, David 120
Roberts, Lawrence 116
Roberts, Merle 57,97
Roberts, Terry 64
Robertson, Fred 47
Robertson, Rob 156
Robins, Patricia 64, 128
Robinson, John 47, 116
Robinson, William 188
Rock, Richard 64, 114
Rockwell, Norman 163
Rogero, Patricia 48, 154, 155, 169, 258
Rogers, Gerald 193
Roni, Jerry 114
Ronsheimer, Warren 164
Rorden, Beverle 128
Rosaschi, Jaye 128
Rose, Kathleen (Shoo Shoo) 64
Rose, William 163, 165
Rosebush, Jerry 108
Rosemann, Ellen 24, 48, 94, 115, 135, 147, 258
Ross, Thomas ...._ 108, 188, 191
Rosse, Dianne 125, 148
Rossi, Jerry 48
Rossiter, Jon 64, 109, 186
Rossolo, Mary 24,48,97, 135
Royer, Suzan 57, 100, 147, 258, 273
Rusk, Elizabeth 57, 100
Russell, Dennis 2, 20, 39
Russell, Dorothy 6,8, 11
Russell, Frank 5, 8, 25
Russell, Margaret 28, 152, 155, 169,276
Russell, Suzanne 28,57,97, 152, 155 ,169
Ryan, Thomas 64
Ryser, Fred 162
Sadler, Jeanne 29, 82, 87, 104, 135, 158, 161, 278
Sadler, Kathleen - 64, 104
Sala, Michele 64, 104
Salerno, Gene 64, 119
Salerno, Lawrence 64, 119
Salvadorini, David 64, 119
Sanderson, Carol 64
Sandhu, Surjit 165
San Miguel, Michael 156
Santini, Walter Clark 27,108,222
Saralegui, Barbara -.64, 128
Sarich, Sonia 125
Savage, Ann 48
Savage, David 118
Savant, Roland J 64
Sawyer, Cheryl 64, 94, 276
Saxton, William 48, 111,277
Sbragia, Donna 57, 105
Sceirine, Janice 57, 125
Schaff, Schuyler 64, 119, 140
Schebler, Robert 188
Scherer, Susan 64, 100
Schilling, William 168
Schmidt, Judity 56,70,94, 141
Schneider, Richard 165
SchofF, Robin 64, 97
Schraeder, Stuart 183
Schutz, Jerome 111,210,212,277
Schweiss, William 48, 149
Scholari, Karen 64, 105
Scott, Dennis 210, 211
Scott, John G - 119, 140
Scott, John R 33,58
Scott, Theo 48, 94
Scudder, Florence (Sunny) 125
Seaman, Joan 25
Seeliger, Thomas 22, 25, 82, 108, 138, 222
Seifers, Robert 164
Settergren, Judith 125
Sewell, Elfrena 64, 100
Shank, Sarah (Sally) 30,58,70,100,115
Sharp, Carole 24, 58, 61, 128
Shaw, Geraldine 68
Shaw, Marianne 64
Shaw, Michael Ill
Sheets, David 210, 212
Sheley, Norma 58, 97, 276
Sherk, Marilyn 64
Shoemaker, Linda 48, 125
Shoemaker, Kathleen 56, 125
Shone, Darrell 64,72,125, 158
Short, Richard 58, 114, 140,238
Showalter, Diane 57, 97
Shrestha, Padma Lah 156
Shurtleff, Ellen 64
Siddall, Charles 186
Silva, Mike 210, 212
Simon, Edward 171
Sinasek, James 27, 29, 32, 48, 108, 138, 222
Sinnott, William 33,58, 109, 140
Sisul, Richard 182
Skillicorn, Marilyn (Mimi) 33
Slavin, Charles _ 48, 108, 146
Sledte, Jessica 125
Sligar, Norman 157
Smale, Leland 210
Small, Gerry 65
Small, Sally 65, 101
Small, Suellen 48, 162
Smith, Carolyn 101,277
Smith, Jean 58, 134
Smith, John 114
Smith, Lary 191
Smith, Lee ...i..:.. ..—...' 120
Smith, Loretta ......./.. :.. ..":•. 65, 128
Smith, Ronald ::.;....,., 48
Smith, Vickie ...■: .........,....:... :.: 71, 125
Snyder, Jeannette ,.........;.:. ':... 27, 101
Snyder, Victoria .........j'.'.j,......:.:. 58, 94
Soderstrom, Dean .'. Ill
Solaro, John 164
Solaro, Mary 95, 276
Solomon, Margerey 28, 48
Sommer, Sally .....65, 101
Sorenson, Mary 48, 105, 238, 258
Sorenson, Sandra 65
Sparks, Lance 65
Spaulding, Barbara 48, 97
Speckner, Marlies 58
Speer, Paul 152, 188
Spence, Gordine 128
Sprague, Carolyn 65, 152
Springmeyer, Diane 58, 95, 276
Stanford, Roberta 169
Stanley, David 139
Stathes, Herbert 139
Stark, Sharon 49, 95
Starr, Dawn 128
Steadman, Schuyler 58, 109
Steeb, Gene 162
Steiner, Janet 101
Steiner, Charles 65, 111, 152
Stephens, Keith 28, 111, 152
Stephenson, Barbara 58
Stern, Kathryn 65, 95
Sterne, Lauri 49,97, 276
Stetson, Edith 156, 161
Stewart, Delilar (Dee) 161
Stiff, Larry 65, 108
Stix, David 160
Stoddard, Richard 108
Stoker, Suzanne 65, 105
Stone, Neil 210, 212
Stopper, Edward 58, 116, 140
Stornetta, Lewis 165
Stout, Georgiann 49, 95
Strang, Carol Lee 49, 97
Struve, Larry 49, 111, 138, 156, 222
Sturm, Dianne 101, 146
Sudweeks, Wanda 65, 128
Sullivan, John 108, 180, 184
Swainston, Alice 68, 122
Swallow, Mary 65, 125
Swart, Diane 49, 95, 238
Tachoires, Jean 105, 158
Tarpey, Michael 65
Taylor, Lois 24,58, 128
Taylor, Margaret 58, 105
Tedford, Jack Ill, 171
Tew, Joel 33, 109
Theilig, Beverly .....97, 141, 146
Thomas, Charles 168
Thomas, Janet 65
Thompson, Calvin ...163, 164
Thompson, Jane 101
Thompson, Michael 160
Thompson, Timothy 58
Thompson, William 120
Thornton, Richard 186
Thoyre, Jean 65, 101
Tidd, Mikell 128
Tilford, Sarah 65, 128
Tinch, Richard 164
Tobey, Carol 65, 101
Todd, Victoria 65
Tomany, William 65
Torma, Thomas 49
Torpey, Michael 114
Trainor, Buzz 139
Tower, Thomas 114
Treharne, Claudia 128
Trinchero, Adrienne (Dee) 58, 97
Turner, Marjorie Sue 49, 101, 258
Turner, Steven Ill
Tyree, Molly 59, 95
Uhalde, Jacqueline 105, 278
Umbraco, Russell 173
Urdzik, James 184
Utter, John 65, 114
Vacchina, Edward 65, 114, 140
VanCleemput, Mike 43
Van Dervort, George 65, 109
Van Lydegraf, Joann 97
Van Wagenen, Jeannine 65, 105, 278
Vaughan, Samuel 156
Voss, Suzanne 49, 101, 220, 277
Wadsworth, Linda 24, 49, 95
Wagner, Dale 110,222
Walker, Raymond 59, 108, 146, 222, 275
Walker, Jill 134
Walker, Andree 59,70, 105
Walker, Judie 95
Walker, Marilyn 23, 25, 97
Walker, Murl 65
Wallace, Jackel A 65
Wallace, Margaret 49
Walsh, Harold 49, 116
Walters, Harry 82, 119, 162, 138
Ward, Terry 159
Warman, Bonnie 125
Warner, Virginia 59, 128
Warren, James — 171
Warren, James 171
Watkms, Toddene 25, 24, 84, 87, 97, 135, 154, 220
Webb, Betty 59, 105, 141
Wegman, Judith 65, 125
Weir, Paul - - 188
Westfield, Joan 24, 101, 161, 156
Wheeler, Anthony 185, 210
Whipple, James 49
Whittaker, Lawana 65, 101
White, Judith 59, 128
White, Penny 59, 105, 115, 141,278
Wiliams, Barbara 65, 101
Williams, Elizabeth 24, 59, 95, 141
Williams, Fredrick 59, 182, 185
Wilson, Carol .-65, 125
Wilsom, Allen 163, 165
Wilson, Calvin 112
Wilson, Drocus 65, 101,277
Wilson-Reid, Ronda 65, 95, 158
Winne, Lee 59, 109
Woolcweron, Jo 65, 95
Wright, James 109, 186
Young, Linda 25, 83, 87, 98, 135, 222
Yparraguirre, Fay 24, 101
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